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We have a proud and history of supporting emergency services and their people in the aftermath of critical incidents.

Our experience of counter-terror psychological recovery and major critical Incident Stress Management operations is unrivalled, & we can demonstrate a remarkable level of effectiveness compared with normative counsellors or therapists.

Our facilitators are all serving or former emergency service and military personnel.

  • They don’t judge
  • They don’t label
  • They don’t diagnose
  • They don’t interpret
  • They don’t teach people to ‘cope’.

They just get results.

They speak the same language as your teams, because they’ve ¬†been there.

To find out how we can help your people and organisation to secure and retain good mental health in the most difficult of conditions, visit our website:

www.socialsupportsystems.com

For emergency mobilisation of our Critical Incident Support team please contact us here

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Critical Incident Support? You Need A Team You Can trust!

Social Support Systems has the knowledge and experience to help your people recover quickly following a critical Incident.

Our pedigree is second to none, and has developed from real-world experience of handling some of the most critical and high-profile incidents the UK has experienced in recent years.

If your organisation works in high-threat environments, the psychological well-being of your staff is paramount in order to ensure them functioning effectively throughout spate conditions or operations that threaten business continuity.

To read more about our how our Critical Incident Support knowledge and experience can help your organisation please visit us here

Alternatively, please call (+44) 01623 700320 and we’ll call you back to discuss your needs

Away to Belfast! UKPTS 9th Annual Conference 2017

This coming Tuesday 21st of March 2017 sees Dr John Durkin of Social Support Systems CIC speaking at the 9th annual conference of the United Kingdom Psychological Trauma Society (UKPTS), being held in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The UKPTS organisational aims are:

  • To provide a forum for multi-disciplinary professionals working in the field of psychotrauma to share ideas and knowledge relevant to their work in the field
  • To provide considered, and evidence based, comment on psychological trauma on behalf of the membership in order to aid those who might be affected by traumatic events

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