Crisis intervention for challenging times

Are you or members of your team showing signs of organisational burnout, do you have high rates of sickness or an increasing number of staff conflicts?

Our psychologists and network of associated consultants can support you to develop your team’s understanding of how to create relationally healthy work practice and create a trauma and psychologically-informed approach to working as a team and with the people you support.

From here we are able to offer sustainable and accessible workplace training, supervision and consultation to you and your workforce.

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How does this work?

We know that individual-targeted methods alone cannot overcome organisation challenges and so we take a holistic approach by providing a combination of organisational-level and person-directed intervention. Our professionals would run baseline assessment sessions with your teams or individuals as part of a four-point trauma and relationally informed systemic approach

Through this process, we can understand the dynamics and culture of the organisation and determine appropriate interventions based on the formulation. Interventions can range from a shift in company culture right through to more practical or granular level actions such as communication styles, establishing breaks, or creating appropriate boundaries amongst others.

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Expected outcomes of crisis intervention

Outcomes are measured alongside agreed goal setting following the formulation stage. These are constantly reviewed to measure improvement as intervention naturally evolves and takes the process in different directions. These could be to:

Lower sickness rates

offering the right support when needed.

increase job satisfaction

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Less complaints

and reduce the number of staff conflicts

Reflective Supervision

Reflective supervision (group or individual) is a complementary service to our crisis intervention work and can act as a preventative follow-up in the short or long term. Regular supervision supports good working relationships and improved communication to discuss issues before they become unmanageable.

Our qualified supervisors provide a safe, supportive space for people to reflect, explore personal development, raise issues, and discover new ways of managing. It gives the space to:

  • Reflect on work processes – what’s going well and what isn’t?
  • Address any difficult work issues in an open and honest way rather than focusing on blame and criticism.
  • Discuss personal concerns, vulnerabilities and weaknesses in an environment of support and trust.
  • Celebrate achievements and discuss personal development.
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Group supervision can provide a valuable way for your teams to nurture relationships with their colleagues and learn to discuss any issues in a supportive environment -allowing teams to discuss any issues and develop skills through sharing information, observation and practical experience.


One-to-one sessions to discuss any personal concerns, reflect on how you work and be motivated by what is possible.


Get in touch to see how our psychologists and supervisors can support your organisation through supervision, crisis intervention or any of our other workplace wellbeing services.