Support for Employers of Uniformed Personnel & First Responders
Insight Corporate Care, a subsidiary of Insight Psychological, is also here to provide support, training, and guidance for employers with staff at high risk for work-related PTSD, burnout, compassion fatigue, and other mental health issues.
Prevention of work-related PTSD and other mental health issues includes:
- A sound organizational and psychosocial work environment
- Systematic training for employees
- Social support from colleagues and managers
- Proper follow-up of employees after a critical event
We applaud you for taking action and making a choice to improve the mental wellness of your staff.
We offer support and training in the following areas:
- Critical Incident Response
- Management and relationship wellness
- Harassment, bullying, and violence
- Sex and gender wellness
- Workplace psychological safety issues
- YourPsychPulse mental health scan
- Return to work assessments
Group Work and Training
At Insight we provide group work and training to uniformed personnel, first responders, and front-line workers. Sessions include services that are taught and practiced in a group setting where participants likely have the same concerns.
The services we offer in a group environment are pro-active, organized, or drop-in group learning, as well as support groups and counselling, including area-specific facilitated groups or learning sessions that are targeted at specific issues that your organization may want to tackle.
Topics may include addressing issues such as:
- The day-to-day stress and work of the following professionals:
- Healthcare professionals (doctors, nurses, emergency room staff, etc.)
- EMT’s and paramedics
- Military personnel
- Police officers
- Detectives and criminal investigators
- Special constables
- Enforcement officers
- Corrections officers
- Probation officers
- Security guards
- Border patrol security
- Airport security personnel
- Air traffic controllers
- Emergency dispatchers
- Hazardous materials removal workers
- Other frontline service providers in work settings commonly involving high intensity interactions (child welfare/protection enforcement, inner-city client support, etc.)
- Work life balance
- Work impacting personal relationships and family life
- Personal life impacting work
- Understanding and responding to individuals with mental illness
- Work related trauma or PTSD
- Common mental health issues experienced by uniformed personnel, first responders, and front-line workers such as depression, compassion fatigue, anxiety, grief and loss, etc.
- Harassment, discrimination, and bullying concerns
- Gender or sexuality based issues
- Intercultural issues
- Alcohol and substance abuse
Please contact us for more information about group work and training at 780-461-1717.