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Continuing education for Mental Health Professionals

In the field and in clinical settings, clinicians sometimes encounter individuals who have experienced a recent event that causes them significant distress and impaired levels of functioning. CiD is an early crisis intervention, which uses eye movements (or other bilateral stimulation) to rapidly reduce vivid images and intense emotions associated with a critical incident.
This is no fee to attend. 

Two dates and locations available:

  1. Thursday, April 27th | 10 AM – 11:30 AM EST
    Hosparus Health, 502 Hausfeldt Ln., New Albany, IN
  2. Thursday, May 11th | 10 AM – 11:30 AM EST
    Hosparus Health, 6200 Dutchmans Lane, Louisville, KY

Learning Objectives:

  • Define Critical Incident Desensitization (CiD) and Subjective Units of Disturbance (SUD)
  • Utilize one means of explaining brain structures involved in stress reaction
  • Identify at least two indications for use of CiD
  • Identify the eight steps of CiD
  • Discuss one way in which CiD may be applied in clinical and field settings

Presenter: Samantha Schwindel, CSW

Registration information: Online- Or by calling 502-456-5451.

Pre-Registration Deadline:
New Albany- Monday, April 24th
Louisville- Monday, May 8th

Social Work – Hosparus Health is approved by the Kentucky Board of Social Work to sponsor continuing education for credential holders (KBSWSP 2019018). Approved for 1.5 contact hours for this program. Hosparus Health maintains responsibility for this program and its content. To receive contact hours, participants must bring their social worker license number, attend the entire session, and evaluate the offering.

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