Morning Session from 8:30 am to 11:30 am
Afternoon Session from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
First Responder Compassion Fatigue Training
The First Responder Compassion Fatigue training course is approved through Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) for 3.00 Interpersonal Hours of Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) and by the University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health for 3.00 clock hours of continuing education. This course is intended for first responders who wish to learn more about how experiencing traumatic events, either directly or indirectly, as a first responder reacting to an emergency or crisis situation may impact their professional and personal wellbeing. Taught through a behavioral health (mental health and substance use) lens, the instructor will incorporate lecture, PowerPoint and activities to satisfy the following course objectives:
funded by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Servicesvia a grant from the Center for Disease Controls Opioid Crisis Cooperative Agreement
Isaac Sandidge, MA
Isaac Sandidge graduated from Eastern Ilinois University with an MA in Gerontology. He has over 7 years of experience as a clinician in community behavioral health centers. Sandidge organized, implemented and conducted New Employee Orientation for all staff within the community behavioral health organizations on topics such as Motivational Interviewing, Recovery Oriented Services, Personal Growth, Life Safety, Corporate Compliance, Trauma-Informed Care and Compassion Fatigue, Enhancing Consumer Engagement, ASAM, Golden Thread, IL Rule 132, DLA-20, PHQ9, and Mental Health First Aid. He is currently an instructor in Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid with certification in Public Safety, Higher Education, and Older Adult modules of the program. Sandidge is also an instructor for CALM (Counseling on Reducing Access to Lethal Means, and Conversations on Reducing Access to Lethal Means).
The University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health (UMSL|MIMH)
The University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health will be responsible for this program and maintain a record of your continuing education credits earned.
University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health has approved 3 clock hours or 3.6 contact hours ( .36 CEUs) for this training.
The Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)
The University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health has approved 3 hours of Continuing Law Enforcement Education training in the area of Interpersonal Study.
The Missouri POST Program has approved this course for “Approved Provider” training credit, POST Control Number 17473.
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