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emphasize

place the emphasis on

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  • place the emphasis on
  • emphasize
  • give emphasis to
  • place the accent on
  • lay emphasis upon

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special weight placed upon something considered important

the act, condition, or effect of exerting force on someone or something

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the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)

(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense

special emphasis attached to something

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difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension

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(physics) force that produces strain on a physical body

test the limits of

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I am trained in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and have found it very useful in helping people who have been involved with a major trauma.
This collection of six articles comes from the front lines, and includes commentary on TIR as a companion to critical incident stress management (CISM) and as a primary resolution of post-traumatic stress disorder, including the effectiveness of TIR training given the time generally allowed for CISM, the effectiveness of TIR techniques in the midst of an incident, TIR in workplace crimes, and traumatology on the front lines.
School counselors may need to request help from the school district crisis response team, which can employ standard critical incident stress debriefing protocol for numerous groups of students (Mitchell & Everly, 2001; Steele, 1998).
The practice of providing critical incident stress management and support services to law enforcement personnel has a rich history, but the origins of such assistance actually can be traced to the military.
A source said: "A Critical Incident Stress Management team goes to an area to talk to troops before they return home.
This type of discussion is called a critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) and should he offered to all employees.
When disaster strikes: The critical incident stress debriefing process.
Credentialed as a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer, Lisa Clark comes to Treatment Solutions Network with decades of health care experience as a psychotherapist and in program design, direction, and management.
Tenders are invited for Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) And Crisis Intervention Consulting Services.
CG SUPRT service offerings include non-medical counseling in a variety of subject areas including situation/problem-solving, supervisory consultation services, substance abuse assessment and treatment monitoring, financial counseling, tax consultation, education/career/employment counseling, deployment-related counseling/consultation, critical incident stress management-related services, legal counseling, and health and wellness coaching.
Jeffrey Mitchell's Critical Incident Stress Debriefing/Critical Incident Stress Management model for crisis response, initially designed for first responders, addressed EA professionals' questions about what to do when something bad happens in the workplace.
To help first responders deal with the unthinkable, he serves on a Critical Incident Stress Management team of "responders helping responders.
As Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) trainers, Leonhardt (a human factors expert with a German air navigation service provider) and Vogt (work and organizational psychology, Copenhagen U.
In recent years, the use of critical incident stress debriefings (CISDs)--a general protocol of immediate post-crisis treatment aimed at easing survivors' emotional and psychological burden From the event--has become a common element of crisis response.
How-ever, in 1963, no critical incident stress management debriefings or employee assistance programs existed, so he had no place to turn for support within his agency.
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