I think the very best training in dealing with major incidents and
trauma is from MindFields college - I'll 'declare an interest' in that
I've trained with this organisation, and am now on the trustees of the
Human Given Foundation - but that's because I've used it and beliee in
it, not the other way round!


MindFields has one-day training courses for trauma (and other things)
that are extremely well-run and workable.



Gwen Griffith-Dickson


Prof Gwen Griffith-Dickson, Director

Lokahi Foundation

Visiting Professor, King's College University of London

Emeritus Professor, Gresham College

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Annabel Barber
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Subject: Debriefing


I wondered if anyone could give me details of training courses in
debriefing. I'd also be interested to know what training other chaplains
have received to equip them to cope with major incidents?

Many thanks


Revd Annabel Barber 
Senior Chaplain 
Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby 
Phone 01472 875475 extn (75)7239 
Chaplaincy office direct line: 01472 875204 
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