Callers in Crisis: Dealing with Distress in Administrative Frontline Roles

Self Injury Support
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

Administrative staff and those providing telephone support and advice often the first point of contact for service users. Grounded in best practice, this one day course develops confidence and communication skills to respond safely, appropriately and confidentially to people experiencing crisis.

Course Programme

  • explore what is meant by ‘crisis’ from a variety of perspectives (service user, personal, agency)
  • explore what might be underlying service users distress at times of crisis
  • reflect upon the challenging calls that they receive within their individual work settings
  • explore skills and responses that are supportive when responding to people in crisis on the telephone
  • discuss organisational issues raised and action plan to address them
  • consider their own needs within a supportive environment

Dates available on arrangement

Self Injury Support can also create this course for you on arrangement either at your workplace or at one of their locations.

This training day is currently available ‘in-house’ throughout the U.K. and Ireland and can be tailored to meet the needs of your organisation. If you have a group who would benefit from this training and would like us to come to you, phone 0117 9279600 or email
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