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6th International Congress of the WIAMH

Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, August 13 – 15, 1999.




Department of Psychology, University of Missouri-Columbia,

Columbia, MO, USA

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) is a form of psychological intervention done after a critical incident in which people are killed or severely injured. It was originally developed to help prevent traumatic stress in emergency service personnel who were faced with disasters that were beyond what they are prepared to deal with. Fire departments, law enforcement agencies, hospitals and other public emergency service personnel have done this as a standard procedure. It has been found to be helpful with any population including children. In the presentation the theory and training will be discussed. We will also go over the topics that are covered during the debriefing.

Key words: Critical Incident - Stress – Debriefing


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