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