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INTERNATIONAL PREMIER SPEAKERS AND TRAINERS BUREAU OF THE

NATIONAL CENTER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF EXPERTS IN TRAUMATIC STRESS

 

 

PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

 


Vincent J. McNally

President of Trauma Reduction Inc. and Associates
Lecturer/Consultant to Corporate and Public Entities
Previous Administrator for the FBI Employee Assistance Program

Vincent J. McNally


Vince McNally has provided over 100 workshops, seminars, and keynotes throughout the world. He is an author, lecturer, and consultant. A Navy Investigator in Vietnam and a volunteer in training the Iraqi Police in Baghdad in Hostage Negotiations he continues to research the area of Post Traumatic Stress in returning veterans and contractors in Iraq. After 31 years as an FBI Agent has conducted and led investigations in general criminal violations, espionage, terrorism, white-collar crime, organized crime, and drug violations. He is also an instructor in Crisis (Hostage) Negotiations. Vince retired after serving as Unit Chief of the Employee Assistance Unit (EAU) of the FBI in Washington D.C. after being the Program Manager for the FBI‘s Critical Incident Stress Management teams at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The EAU includes the critical incident stress, peer support, employee assistance, and chaplain’s program. Vince was instrumental in establishing the suicide response program in the FBI, eliminating suicide for three consecutive years.

In September 2001 Vince and others responded to New York City. He continues to assist first responders throughout the United States. He also directed and provided FBI Employee Assistance to TWA Flight 800 and numerous responses throughout the U.S... Vince serves on the Board of Scientific & Professional Advisors of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress (National Center for Crisis Management). He is a Compassion Fatigue Specialist, Board Certified in Acute Traumatic Stress Management (ATSM), Board Certified in Emergency Crisis Response (B.C.E.C.R.) and is a Certified Member of the Green Cross Academy of Traumatology. He is also a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP).
He is a Vietnam Veteran and voluntarily taught the Iraqi Police in Baghdad.

His focused presentations on stress and trauma have been shared with thousands of emergency service personnel, and other care givers. His expertise and reputation as a speaker has found him presenting to the military in Switzerland and most recently as a presenter on hostage negotiations for the cruise industry addressing piracy on the high seas as he is a Certified Ship Security Officer (SSO).

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Vincent J. McNally travels from Florida, United States (Montreal, Canada during the summer). For more information regarding US, international and keynote speaker fees please contact Ms. Annmarie Arleo, Director of Operations, by email at aarleo@nc-cm.org or by telephone at 800-810-7550.


 

 

 

 

WORKSHOPS, PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINAR TOPICS AND DESCRIPTIONS

     
 

FBI’ Employee Assistance Program: An Advanced Law Enforcement Model
 

FBI’s Critical Incident Stress Management Program and Peer Support Program
 

Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Response to Suicide
 

The Impact of September 11 highlighting the risk of Compassion Fatigue on the Caregiver and Emergenc
 

Maintaining Emotional Fitness After 9-11----A Journey to Iraq
 

The Role of Contractors in Iraq
 

First Responders Course in Crisis (Hostage) Negotiation
 

Basic and Advanced Courses in Crisis (Hostage) Negotiation
 

First Responder: Crisis (Hostage) Negotiations for the Cruise and Shipping Industry
 

10 Steps to Emotional Stability and Maintaining Vision After 9-11
 

Acute Traumatic Stress Management (ATSM)
 

Trauma Resiliency in Disaster Management
 

Turning Workplace Trauma into Profits