On behalf of the KFD CIS/Peer Support team, I’d like to invite you to our upcoming Family Night. An invitation has been mailed to you and your family.
Information regarding Occupational Stress is becoming more common place in our profession, however this information sometimes doesn’t make it home to our families. This evening information session is designed to bridge this gap to inform you and your family the resources available, along with recognition and management techniques of occupational stress.
We hope that you and a loved one (partner, spouse, family member) can join us on this evening. We have several speakers, along with community support groups present to share extremely valuable information regarding mental health, and occupational stress.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Any questions can be directed to [email protected]
RSVP appreciated, however not manditory
PSPNET is a clinical unit located at the University of Regina within the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) that delivers and conducts research on various aspects of Internet-delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (ICBT) for Public Safety Personnel (PSP), including first responders.
To develop, implement, evaluate, and optimize accessible, secure, ICBT programming tailored to meet the needs of current and former PSP, such as border security agents, correctional workers, call centre operators/dispatchers, firefighters, paramedics, and police, in all positions.
The aim of ICBT is to assist PSP including first responders in improving their mental health and wellbeing.
PSPNET provides service to PSP who are suffering from challenges related to depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress. ICBT involves online learning modules focused on cognitive behavioural skills typically offered with weekly support from a therapist by secure email or telephone.