Upcoming Regional Trainings

Open for Registration:

Orlando, FL – September 28- October 1, 2017

Columbia, MD – October 12-15, 2017

San Diego, CA – December 7-10, 2017

Dates and Course Schedule Coming Soon:

Springfield, MO – March 2018

Atlanta, GA – April 2018

Chicago, Il – August 2018

Other 2018 Locations:

Columbia, MD          Houston, TX

Pittsburgh, PA           San Diego, CA

San Francisco, CA

For  more details, visit our Regional Trainings page.

Upcoming Events

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september, 2017

27sepallday29alldayAssisting Individuals in Crisis & Group Crisis Intervention (GRIN)

28sepallday01octalldayOrlando Regional Training

29sepallday30alldayGroup Crisis Intervention

ICISF Regional Trainings

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ICISF Online Courses

09octallday20alldaySuicide Awareness: An Introduction for Crisis Responders - Online Course

20novallday08decalldayCISM Practical Review and Update - Online Course

15janallday26alldaySuicide Awareness: An Introduction for Crisis Responders - Online Course

09aprallday20alldaySuicide Awareness: An Introduction for Crisis Responders - Online Course

16julallday27alldaySuicide Awareness: An Introduction for Crisis Responders - Online Course

08octallday19alldaySuicide Awareness: An Introduction for Crisis Responders - Online Course

Free Threat Assessment and Management Webinar

ASIS Participants:

Please join us for this free webinar which will review recent trends in preventing workplace violence using proactive threat assessment.

Trends in workplace violence prevention will be discussed, as well as post event management. Crisis support teams, security professionals, and law enforcement professionals and workplace violence prevention coordinators as well as anyone interested in creating a safer workplace will benefit from this overview.

Watch the Free Webinar Now!

Welcome to ICISF!

Do you know someone who has been exposed to the trauma of critical incidents?

We may initially think of first responders and people in military service, although upon reflection, the net of critical incidents casts upon our entire society. The International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) seeks to help people who help others, to make a positive difference in the world of critical incident stress.

Please join us, become a member, donate, or take ICISF courses to learn more. As a member, your small contribution goes directly to help us combat critical incident stress. You then become part of the solution, and also have the opportunity to gain greater knowledge.

At the ICISF, our small number of employees reach around the globe thanks to faculty, instructors, members and partners who carry the mission wherever people face the trauma of critical incidents. If you have visited with us in the past, you will notice that our website features a new design and layout, so please take a few minutes to explore.

The objective of the website change is to better welcome you, and offer direct access to information and support in the world of Critical Incident Stress Management.

Your feedback, support and assistance will make us better. With your involvement, we can strive to create a world where everyone has access critical incident stress management.


Rick Barton, CEO of ICISF