Crisis Intervention for Victims

Crisis Intervention for Trauma Victims

A traumatic event at the workplace can have long-term consequences on victims. For professional soldiers or workers in the service industry, it can impair their quality of life - both in professional and personal terms. Help your employees cope with trauma! Our experts in emergency psychology can lead group discussions with any affected employees. The goal of these talks is to determine whether anyone is displaying symptoms of stress, beyond that which is to be expected. This gives you the chance to respond quickly and effectively - and be there for your employees when they need you most.

Benefits at a Glance

With TÜV Rheinland as your partner for emergency psychological care, you:

  • Show your employees that you take your responsibilities seriously
  • Improve the work climate and morale in your company
  • Promote a psychological approach to dealing with emergencies
  • Reduce possible psychosomatic effects on your employees
  • Help your employees feel comfortable when interacting with clients following an attack
  • Benefit from our worldwide reputation for neutrality, competence, and safety
  • Receive services tailored to suit your needs - and benefit from our cost transparency

The Group Discussion

A few days after the traumatic event, an experienced psychologist leads a group discussion with the affected employees. The course of the event is systematically discussed at length. Our expert details the symptoms of stress, which those affected might be experiencing. They also recommend mechanisms to help cope with the stress. Furthermore, our expert lets your employees know what they can expect in the days and weeks to come - and lets them know where to turn for help. This talk also gives your employees an opportunity to share their experiences. We also offer this service for first responders, rescue service providers, and professional soldiers. We teach them ways to process the death and injury they confront when on the job.

The seminar also covers organizational aspects - for instance, the role of first responders during the attack itself.