Consultation services can be adapted to the individual’s or organization’s specific needs. Areas of consultation include:
- Understanding first responder culture (e.g., police, fire, paramedics, 911 call takers, correctional officers) and
- Working with cumulative exposure to trauma and Operational Stress Injuries
- Incorporating prolonged exposure in preparation for, and during the Return-to-Work process for first responders and other individuals returning to the work environment in which their trauma occurred.
For Peer Support Teams
- Best practices in setting up a peer support team (e.g., peer nomination, screening)
- Mental health “check-ups” to maintain peer support members’ health
- Clinical oversight, “debriefing”, and consultation for peer support members
- Ongoing training and education
- Planning and operating an Organizational Wellness Unit
- How to foster a more supportive and resilient workplace culture
- Improving communication – helping members and supervisors to support their members
- Optimizing success using evidence-based principles in the Return-to-Work process
- Dr. Lee has helped numerous individuals return to, and more importantly, successfully maintain return to work.
- Key to a successful RTW process in incorporating prolonged exposure principles prior to and during a graduated return to the workplace.
- Dr. Lee has presented on successful RTW at:
- Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) convention, June 2019
- Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health (CIMVHR) forum, October 2018
We’re Here For You.
Healing from trauma is possible. We invite you to contact us to schedule an initial consultation to start your road to recovery.