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eCPR for Law Enforcement

The eCPR Law Enforcement (LE) version is available to address the special needs of the law enforcement community; contact NCMHR for more information.

Certification and Train-the-Facilitator Programs

These training programs help to spread eCPR skills to the greatest number of people possible.

eCPR Workshop:
Typically consists of an overview of the components and processes of eCPR, the comparison of eCPR principles to the conventional mental health processes, a sample practice scenario and dialogue with the audience about content of these topics. Workshops usually last 1-2 hours.

One-Day eCPR Training:
This training is recommended for people who have busy schedules (e.g., Program Directors/ Supervisors, CEO’s, etc.) and are unable to take the full Two-Day training but desire to learn the processes of Emotional CPR.

Two-Day eCPR Training:
Trains people skills at practicing eCPR in the community. (i.e. helping a person in emotional crisis). Training is usually comprised of 2-3 Trainers/Facilitators with 20-30 participants (i.e. 1 to 10 ratio).

Train the Facilitators:
We train facilitators by an apprenticing approach, by having the graduates of the Two-day certification assist facilitators in two (2) further trainings. Then the apprentices graduate to be facilitators.

To inquire about training in eCPR, send us an email via the contact form, or call 877-246-9058.

The eCPR Approach

A Holistic, Hopeful, and Empowering Approach

Through eCPR we learn that people in emotional crisis express their feelings as a form of communication to be understood and our approach assumes that people are doing their best to cope with an experience beyond their current ability to effectively manage. The sooner we begin support for a person in emotional crisis, the more likely it is that the person will make a full, speedy return to a life in the community. In essence, eCPR helps people learn the skills required to act as a bridge between a person in distress and the community at large, assuring that important roles are not lost and the person in crisis reintegrates quickly back into the daily routine of everyday life. Our approach is holistic, heart-to-heart, and embedded in a hopeful belief that by using our interior experience we can help another person recover from an emotional crisis. By first applying eCPR, most emotional crises can be worked through, but in some instances people may still need professional help.

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