Our company understands that every aspect of life cannot be prepared for. As a result, we are trained with providing support for Disruptive Event Management (DEM) and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM). Having the right critical incident consultants on site is essential. Every moment is critical; let the staff of All Seasons Counseling Mediation & Family Consulting assist your EAP or organization with these valuable services.
Disruptive event management is the preparation for natural and unexpected life events that may occur within an organization or in a community.  It also consists of the coordination and response to various untimely events.
Being prepared for the unexpected could save valuable time and potentially the loss of life in critical moments.
Key components of disruptive event management include:
1. Risk Assessment and Planning
 2. Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
 3. Crisis Management
 4. Disaster Recovery
 5. Communication
 6. Training and Awareness
 7. Evaluation and Improvement
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a structured approach designed to help individuals and communities deal with the emotional and psychological aftermath of a critical incident or traumatic event.
CISM aims to reduce stress, promote recovery, and prevent long-term psychological injury.
Key Components of CISM:
 1. Pre-Incident Training
 2. On-Scene Support
 3. Defusing
 4. Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)
 5. One-on-One Support
 6. Follow-Up Care
 7. Referral Services
 Benefits of CISM:
Research shows that CISM helps to promote positive outcomes for individuals following a significant stressor.
 – Reduced Stress: Helps individuals manage and reduce immediate stress reactions.
– Enhanced Recovery: Promotes quicker recovery from the psychological impacts of the incident.
– Prevention of Long-Term Issues: Reduces the risk of developing chronic mental health conditions such as PTSD.
– Supportive Environment: Fosters a sense of community and mutual support among those affected. CISM is commonly used in fields such as emergency services, healthcare, military, and other high-stress professions, but it can be applied to any group or community experiencing a critical incident.