Maintaining emotional health is just as important for organizations and groups as it is for individuals and families. Crises such as critical incidents, sudden death or stress impact an organization compromising functioning and efficiency. Providing a therapeutic guide at such times allows individuals to gain knowledge and skills about moving through such experiences. Managers are able to support their staff in ways that allow for an acceptance of individual process at the same time as articulating organizational boundaries. Colleagues appreciate and recognize that peers process emotional material in unique ways.
Organizations function best when provided a process to move through crisis and return to maximum functioning. Services are co-created with organizations to achieve specific goals. Recommendations are made to address the unique situation and team dynamics. On completion of the therapeutic process staff teams have in hand skills and knowledge to integrate the crisis event and function even better than before the crisis.