Psychological First Aid (PFA)

Tulsa County Psychological First Aid

Location:
Tulsa Health Department
5051 S. 129th E. Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74134 , OK

Date/Time:
March 03, 2018
8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Hours Credit:
6

Class Limit:
40 students (11 seats left)

Description:
Psychological First Aid is the "acute intervention of choice" when responding to the psychosocial needs of children, adults, and families affected by disaster and terrorism. Developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and the National Center for PTSD, with contributions from other individuals involved in coordinating and participating in disaster response, Psychological First Aid is designed to reduce the initial distress caused by traumatic events and to foster short- and long-term adaptive functioning and coping.

Additional Information:

This class will be located at the Tulsa Health Department James O. Goodwin Health Center in room 200.

Registration will be from 0830 to 0900.  Training will begin at 0900.  Lunch will be on your own from 12 - 1 pm. 

Please park in main parking lot (at north end of building).

If you are an OKMRC volunteer, please register by clicking on the button below.

 

Non-OKMRC members with interest in registering for this class will need to use this Survey Monkey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Tulsa2018

 

Six hours of Continuing Education credit for Registered Nurses, Pharmacists, EMTs, CLEET and mental health professionals. This includes one hour of ethics credit for LPC/LMFT is provided. This training also meets the continuing education requirements for Clinical Psychologists. 

The University of Oklahoma Fran and Earl Ziegler College of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Western Multi-State Division, an accredited approver American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

This class has been accredited by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for 6 hours of mandatory continuing education credit and 2 mental health hours. Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that ‘accreditation’ indicates or in any way conveys ‘CLEET approval’ of such concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET.