Emergency crisis counselling

We define emergencies as:

Accidents, assaults, robberies, unexpected deaths, fires, explosions, suicides and suicide attempts, threats, terrorist acts, bombs etc.

We define emergency crisis counselling as:

24-hour crisis help for organisations that want to offer their employees peace of mind through professional psychological help in crises where they have been subjected to great psychological stress.

The employee or manager may have been involved in or witnessed a serious accident, a fire, physical or psychological violence, threats of violence, suicide, customers threatening suicide or other violent stress. Situations that can all trigger crisis reactions.

Dansk Krisekorps has cooperation agreements with more than 400 psychologists in Denmark who can provide emergency crisis counselling within 4 hours of Dansk Krisekorps being contacted.

In emergency crisis counselling we help individuals, groups and management. The aim is to mobilise resources and solidarity, and to assess the need for possible further action. This may involve one-to-one sessions, group meetings, a group-oriented psychological debriefing a few days after the incident or a one-day course for those involved.

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