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Meeting

A-TIP and CID Training

Crisis Intervention using Bi-lateral Stimulation: A-tip (Acute Traumatic Incident Protocol) and CID (Critical Incident Desensitization)

Price: reduced price of $105 if registered a month prior; $125 after

Group therapy

What To Know

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We all are challenged from time to time with an acute traumatic incident, e.g., pandemic, assault, divorce, natural disaster, accident, sudden loss of a loved one, etc. While just talking with a 'supportive ear' often helps the survivor work through the experience, at times talking is not enough -  the survivor is still 'living it.' In those situations, more focused interventions may be necessary.

Critical Incident Desensitization Protocol (CIDP) and Acute Traumatic Incident Protocol (A-Tip) utilizes bilateral eye movements to help desensitize the survivor to the traumatic event to the point where talking about it may be of help.

Research has shown that bilateral eye movements rapidly diminish the vividness of images and the strong emotions/physical sensations associated with a traumatic event.

Target Audience

Direct staff, school personnel, case workers, medical personnel, social workers/MFT/psychologists, first responders including: military, EMT, ER staff, firefighters, police officers, highway patrol, and anyone who works with victims of crime, natural disasters, assaults, death, accidents and provides crisis intervention services.

Workshop Objectives

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

1. Understand the neurobiology of trauma Understand the rationale for the CID protocol.

2. Understand the rationale for the A-tip protocol.

3. Demonstrate the CID protocol.

4. Demonstrate the A-tip protocol.

The session will cap at 24 individuals, to maximize interaction and value for each.  Zoom instructions will be sent a couple of days before the date of workshop.

If you would like to earn CE credits for this training, there is an additional charge of $25. CE credit will be provided by our partner, Elevate You CE.

 

Elevate You CE is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Elevate You CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

The great news is that most states allow Licensed Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists to gain credits from APA approved sponsors. If you are unsure if your state does, just reach out and we will let you know.

  • Fri, Oct 04
    Zoom
    Oct 04, 2024, 9:45 AM – 3:00 PM
    Zoom
    Critical Incident Desensitization Protocol (CIDP) and Acute Traumatic Incident Protocol (A-Tip) utilizes bilateral eye movements to help desensitize the survivor to the traumatic event to the point where talking about it may be of help.
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