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Sometimes life can feel like sailing the ocean, enjoying calm waters and negotiating waves when they arrive. We may coast along for a while then hit unexpected rough water and have to use all our physical and emotional strength to balance and successfully navigate through....

Anglo-Irish collaboration to reach survivors of sexual violence On July 16th, Dublin Rape Crisis Service formally announced their collaboration with KRTS International to develop KRTS Power to Recover® into what we believe is a world first support programme for survivors of sexual violence. KRTS Power to Recover®...

This month has seen us receive 2 awards for innovations in mental health - the CIR Business Continuity award for strategy through partnership and the Merseyside Innovation Award. We are delighted that our many years of hard work have been recognised! But why do we need...

The importance of cultural competence in trauma therapy? I’ve always had a keen interest in working with the uniformed services and, for 8 years, led a task force on behalf of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies for their members who worked with this group....

Announcing our next CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT COURSE: Group Crisis Interventions (including Critical Incident Stress Debriefing) During this intensive 2-day programme, participants will be taught the skills, structure and theory required to conduct a range of group interventions, following critical incidents in the workplace and community. Practice...

Mental health first aid - challenges for organisations This month’s Parliamentary debate shone a spotlight on the issue of Mental Health First Aiders in the workplace, calling for Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to be given equal status as physical first aid in the workplace. An...

November saw a surprise nomination and subsequent award win! We were really proud to win the "Best International Impact" award from the Women's Organisation in Liverpool. The Women's Organisation has been hugely supportive of KRTS International over the last 18 months. Their mission is to empower and...

Join us for breakfast on October 24th! Corporate social responsibility in crisis management is more important than ever. Whether it’s looking after clients or taking the right steps to protect employees, organisations have a legal and moral duty to look after their people when a crisis...

September has been a busy month for us raising the profile around supporting people after a crisis or traumatic event. We’ve always believed that education is important and that all organisations need to know: How to prepare and build psychological resilience Consistent, effective post-incident procedures ...

Traumatic events and crises can affect any workplace. They range from the major incident such as an act of terror, active shooter to natural and man-made disasters that affect the whole business and the community it is part of - to events that impact on...