Welcome to the Emergency Responder and Public Safety Clinician Certification™ catalog of courses for clinicians.
ERPSCC™ COMPLETE COURSEWORK
The Emergency Responder and Public Safety Clinician Certification™ (ERPSCC™) is designed to provide quality education that assists clinicians in developing their cultural and overall competence in working with responders and public safety personnel. This bundle includes 14 courses and 40 hours of coursework.
In this course, clinicians will hear directly from responders in minority groups about navigating their profession as members of traditionally marginalized groups, both within their agencies, and with citizens, friend groups, and family members.
This course provides clinicians with tools and strategies to help educate and prepare the emergency responder and public safety population for the stress and trauma they will likely encounter during their careers.
This course will teach treatment strategies and prepare clinicians to appropriately navigate the organizational and operational challenges accompanying completed suicides and actively suicidal responders.
Post Critical Incident Response: What Mental Health Professionals Need to Know
This course presents information about critical incidents experienced by emergency responder and public safety personnel and helps prepare clinicians to provide an effective and instrumental response to these events.
Job-Related Injury & Accommodation: The Impacts of Injury and Post-Injury Transitions
This course will help prepare clinicians who work with public safety personnel to assist their clients in navigating the personal and organizational stressors that are frequently associated with physical, moral, and psychological injuries.
Unique Stressors Facing Emergency Responder and Public Safety Personnel
Emergency responders have unique careers that accompany unique challenges, often affecting their health, their relationships, and their personal identities. To be effective, clinicians must understand and help them face these stressors.