Crisis Consultation

Some crises cut across entire organizations (the Penn State sex abuse case is an example) and require a level of intervention that falls outside the experience of local leaders charged with caring for the welfare of victims, their families and the vast array of employees and others whose lives have been shaken by the traumatic events.

For over twenty five years, professionals have used the model presented in my Crisis Intervention book as a guide for healing, restoration and transformation involving victims and their loved ones, perpetrators, co-workers and others in the organizations and extended communities.

My recent work building collaborative methods of dispute resolution into organizational procedures provides a complementary set of tools for leaders to use in resolving current cases, and implementing systems to prevent future occurrences.

If you or your team would like to explore how to bring specific tools to bear on your situation, please call or email me to set up a telephone conference.