Services For Workplaces

Traumatic events can happen just about anywhere.

Many of the people that we work with have experienced trauma in their workplace. When an employee experiences stress or trauma as a result of their job duties, it can have long-term impacts not only on the individual but on their colleagues and working environment as well.

At Rising Tides, we understand the impacts of stress and trauma on individuals and groups. We work with both employers and employees to prevent and reduce the impact after experiencing a trauma at work. If a psychological injury does occur, we can offer the treatment that is needed.

The best way to manage the impact of stress and trauma is to prevent it from occurring in the first place. Although not all traumatic events are preventable, there are steps that you can take to make your working environment more psychologically safe.

We offer two programs for employers. Watch the short video below to learn more.

Owner Lori McIsaace Bewsher Presenting

Half Day Workshop

(online or in-person) $500

A three hour presentation which includes:

  • Information about the impact of trauma on the mind and body.  
  • Education regarding the autonomic nervous system and how to use this knowledge to manage distress.
  • Strategies to build resilience to prevent long-term impacts of exposure to trauma. Connection to local resources and how to develop a crisis response plan.

Crisis Response/Group Trauma Reprocessing (G-TEP)

(online or in-person) $1500

  • G-TEP is a therapeutic intervention that is offered to a group of individuals in the aftermath of a traumatic experience.
  • Each session is approximately two hours in duration and includes pre-screening and post-intervention consultation.
  • There is no story telling related to the trauma; participants are guided in processing their own trauma independently within the group setting. 
  • It is a preventative intervention and includes development and practice of coping skills that can be used following the session to promote recovery.
  • It can help participants shift traumatic memories towards healing and prevent potential longer term impacts such as PTSD after exposure to the traumatic event. 
Workplace Counsellor Lori McIsaac Bewsher In A Session
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