August 2 Coaching
4 PM PDT | 6 PM CDT | 7 PM EDT
Emotional First Aid For
First Responder Families
This free coaching session will equip and encourage you to respond to the changes first responders and their families are facing. The emotional first aid strategies shared during this coaching call will leave you feeling inspired, connected, safe, and supported.
Speaker and Instructor
Shelly Pinomaki is an expert in crisis intervention and chaplain in the San Diego Sherriff's Department. Now, she's bringing her chaplain experience to keep you emotionally healthy while recovering from a crisis.
"CARES training is a really good way to help others in crisis. I also learned how to apply what I learned to myself. Shelly was well-prepared; we really enjoyed her."
Peter, Shelly's Workshop Attendee
"Shelly has an incredible way to get people to talk about and acknowledge what has happened to them. It's huge to talk about trauma...Shelly is the perfect person to relate to people."
Jane, Course Participant
The CARES Breakdown
We will explain how to define the relationship in crisis, appropriate responses, and steps to take when assessing a situation.
Discover how you can reassure someone and bring words of life and hope. We will cover the questions you should and should not ask someone in crisis.
A crisis isn't resolved instantly. You'll learn how to help others endure the process, make important decisions, and find resources to move forward.
You'll learn how to build connection, define and recognize a crisis, provide emotional first-aid, and use crisis intervention models.
We believe that true hope is found in God. We will teach you to hear His voice, how to offer spiritual comfort, and review a powerful biblical story of crisis response.
Sign up today to find hope during the radical change in our world.
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