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You’re Invited!!!

We are officially moved and settling in to our bright and fresh new offices in Brentwood! Please join us to celebrate and experience our new location in person at our open house on May 20, 2016 from 11am to 2pm. We will be serving light refreshments and would enjoy...

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Exciting Changes

We have a few changes going into effect here at the Psych Services Group (PSG) prior to our next quarterly trainings and wanted to bring you all up-to-date. Many of you know and have participated in classes, debriefings, and perhaps, benefited from one-on-one...

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Personal Responses to Crisis

When unexpected, traumatic events occur, it is normal to have strong reactions. Sometimes these appear immediately after the event, and sometimes they don’t evidence themselves for several days, weeks, or even months. While unpleasant, these reactions are normal and...

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Taking Charge of Your Stress

While we may not be able to change the events that breed stress in our lives, we can change the way we feel about them, how we think about them, and how we handle them, ultimately reducing and even preventing stress. You can:   GET ORGANIZED When we are stressed our...

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Common Sense Stress Strategies

When processing our way through the aftermath of a critical incident it may seem simplistic or overly optimistic to believe that small things can make a difference in such an overwhelming impact but, as with so many things in life slow and steady often marks the...

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Critical Incident Stress Management

The Standard of Care in Law Enforcement Support Services Reprinted with permission from the California Peace Officer, Winter 2012, pages 24-25 By Elizabeth Dansie, M.A. Preserving and enhancing the law enforcement human resource is a difficult enough task in the face...

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