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HI Carol
 
I tried to contact you on the address below but it bounced back. I am very interested in my team doing my training in debriefing and would be grateful if you vould explain more
 
Many thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you
 
Mia
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Revd Mia AK Hilborn

Hospitaller, Head of Spiritual Health Care and Chaplaincy Team Leader

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

 

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From: A network for chaplains, educationalists and researchers [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Hough Carole (RD8) Milton Keynes Hospital
Sent: 24 August 2008 10:00
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Debriefing

            Dear Annabel, I would offer a different opinion to that of Mark and have found that there is a place for critical incident debriefing- and

            Indeed have used it as a tool. I was trained by a person who works at Interhealth who is involved in the debriefing  those who have served over seas

            and also from an analytical psychotherapist.

            There are differing views about its place-  I am happy to give you more info- my email address is- [log in to unmask].

            Many thanks, Carole

           

 

-----Original Message-----
From: A network for chaplains, educationalists and researchers [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Stobert, Mark
Sent: 22 August 2008 17:23
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Debriefing

 

Annabel,

 

It would be important to know what you meant by ‘debriefing’.  There is no evidence to support Psychological Debriefing (PD) or Critical Incident Debriefing (CSID), for the victims of Trauma.

 

The Dudley Borough Crisis Support Team, which I am a member of have now been trained to use the Trauma Support Model , which is an evidence bases pathway that is support continuum for victims of trauma from the point of incident.  It is in effect a supportive way of assessing and identifying those people involved who may be at risk of going on to develop PTSD.

 

I’ve outlined the Model attached:

 

It is not a rigid model.  It should be applied reflexively, and with competence. Trauma support session 2 is a short review using an evidence based Trauma Screening Questionaire that seeks to identify the degree of Acute Stress symptoms and therefore the risk of developing PTSD. 

 

The rational is the evidence that most (65 -75%) of those who have experienced a traumatic event recover (some even grow from the experience), without any further treatment.  However some (25 -35%) will remain symptomatic for up to 3 years or longer an may develop secondary problems.  It is this last group that Trauma Focussed psychological treatments such as CBT can be directed to if the screening process is administered.

 

The training was initially provided by Suzanna Rose, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust, but latterly by Gerry Jackson who is a consultant and counselor in stress management.  Gerry also trained a team within the Mental Health Acute Unit comprising Band 6 and 7 Psychiatric Nurses to provide staff support to staff who experience trauma in the work place.

 

Often staff involved in caring in traumatic circumstances find value in informally ‘defusing’ following incidents it has been found that such non structured responses to critical incidents lead to break time conversations being dominated by the incident for one or two days and were individually negative about performance and critical about the system.  Formal processes of ‘defusing’ and support have been found to promote the opposite.

 

I am happy to continue the conversation outside of the forum is required to clarify.                     

 

Mark Stobert

Chaplaincy Team Leader

 

Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Trust, 

Russells Hall Hospital,

Dudley West Midlands,

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From: Annabel Barber [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 19 August 2008 10:23
To: [log in to unmask]
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
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