REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE
31ST ANNUAL MCRA TRAINING CONFERENCE
DATE: SEPTEMBER 15, 16, & 17, 2019
LOCATION: KETTUNEN CENTER, TUSTIN, MI
Courses being offered are (subject to change):
Individuals in Crisis & Group Crisis Intervention (3-Day Course)
Pastoral Crisis Intervention I & II (3-Day Course)
From Battlefield to Street: One Uniform to Another (2-Day Course)
Building Skills for Crisis Intervention Team (2-Day Course)
Mental Health First Aid for Public Safety (2-Day Course)
Mindfulness for First Responders (1-Day Course)
The first 100 individuals to register will receive a free gift at check in!
Who Should Attend This Conference - This Conference is for anyone working in the fields of Law Enforcement, Fire Services, EMS, 911 Dispatchers, Mental Health, Clergy, Educators, Medical Care, EAP, Emergency Managers, Crisis Intervention, Traumatic Stress, and Disaster Mental Health
What You Will Learn at the Conference – This annual MCRA event provides high quality experiential training for individuals or groups interested in the latest training and education on comprehensive crisis intervention systems. All the trainings are based on the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) model developed by Dr. Jeffery T. Mitchell.
Certification Distribution – ICISF certificates of specialized training are distributed on-site at the completion of the conference by course instructors in their classrooms. You must attend all sessions of the two-day ICISF certified training courses in order to receive an ICISF certificate of completion and CE credits.
Only courses offered through MCRA sponsored conferences will be eligible for ACE social work CEs.