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CCP Newsletter - Autumn 2016
Retailers require psychological first aid following robberies

CCP has responded to a record number of retail raids this year. Over 50% of staff involved in robberies will experience significant post traumatic reactions such as anxiety, euphoria, sleep deprivation, anger and hyper vigilance. How an employer responds to their employees following an incident is critical for the well being of those affected.

At CCP we help prevent high staff turnover and long term sickness absence by partnering with retailers to offer proactive specialist trauma care. We also offer a wide range of customised training courses to provide staff with the knowledge and confidence to deliver well-timed and appropriate support to those affected in the immediate aftermath of an incident.
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Following a traumatic incident your response is critical and you have one chance to get it right. Being prepared is key, having an established trauma care procedure in place reduces the stress for those involved, protects their psychological welfare, safeguards your reputation and business continuity.
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CCP has responded to more than 7,500 major incidents worldwide.
British Tourists ‘Petrified’ in Turkey

Clinical Partner Alan Pike and Consultant Sharon Shah travelled to Turkey within hours of the attempted military coup to support terrified holidaymakers in the resort of Marmaris. Britons expecting to spend long days relaxing in the sun instead heard gunfire and witnessed shots being fired from helicopters above, leaving them petrified and in hiding. Our client’s well timed response to the incident allowed reactions to be managed quickly and effectively, enabling the majority of holidaymakers to continue their breaks as planned.
Didcot Power Station Collapse

On 23rd February 2016, at the decommissioned Didcot Power Station, the boiler house partially collapsed fatally injuring 4 people. The site owners, RWE Npower later planned a controlled demolition and the bodies of the missing men were recovered last month. We provided trauma care consultancy to RWE and psychological support to those affected following this very tragic incident.
Visit Our New Website

Over the summer we launched our new look website Click through to take a look and meet the team. We are currently in the early stages of designing our e-learning packages, which we hope to launch to you in January 2017.

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Nectar Business Award

It is with great pride that we confirm our short listing for a Nectar Business Award. They recognise UK's best small businesses and the best in the nominated field; please follow the link to watch our entry. We would like to say thank you to all who had voted for us.

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CCP Workshop
We are pleased to announce team member Sally Boswell now delivers our new Counselling & Listening Skills Workshop. With ten years counselling experience Sally offers a wealth of experience and knowledge to delegates.

To find out more:

Tel: 01756 796383
Stansted London - HR Summit

We attended the London HR Summit at Radisson Blu Hotel, in Stansted London last month. The London HR Summit is a highly focused event that brings together human resources and organisational development professionals for one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and valuable networking opportunities.

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Centre for Crisis Psychology

Tel 01756 796383

Hill Top Farm Offices, Storiths, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6HX

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