MEMBERSHIP WITH THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT

Membership with the National Center for Crisis Management demonstrates a commitment to the field of traumatic stress and crisis management. It is the first step in a sequential process aimed at identifying expertise among professionals across disciplines. All members of the Center also receive membership with the Center's sister organization the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. The Academy is a multidisciplinary network of professionals who are committed to the advancement of intervention for survivors of traumatic events..

There are two levels of membership in the Center:

  • Member
  • Associate Member
  Member


Members must hold a Doctorate in their field of expertise or hold a Masters Degree and have a minimum of three (3) years experience in crisis management and/or working with survivors of traumatic events. The Center reserves the right to grant membership to an individual who does not meet the aforementioned criteria, but who has made important contributions to the field or to the Center.

When individuals join as a member on-line, they pay $80.00 for their first year of membership This a 35% reduction from the regular membershio fee of $125.00.

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  Associate Member


This non-doctoral level of membership is reserved for individuals who have at least two (2) years experience in crisis management and/or working with survivors of traumatic events. Associate Members are afforded all benefits of membership and may apply for all Center certifications.

When individuals join as a member on-line, they pay $60.00 for their first year of membership This a 25% reduction from the regular membershio fee of $80.00.

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ABOUT THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT

The National Center for Crisis Management®
is a multidisciplinary network of professionals who are committed to improving the support and intervention provided to victims before, during and in the aftermath of crisis situations. The Center works in collaboration with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, an organization comprised of a multidisciplinary network of professionals committed to the advancement of intervention for survivors of traumatic events.

The National Center in collaboration with the Academy aims to identify expertise among professionals, across disciplines, and provide meaningful standards for those who provide intervention before, during and in the aftermath of crisis situations and traumatic events. Members are provided with the opportunity to apply for Diplomate and Fellowship status. Members can also obtain certification in one or more of the 17 specialty areas offered within the Traumatic Stress Specialties and Crisis Management Specialties programs (click here for more information).

Today, the international membership of the National Center includes individuals from over 200 professions and specialties in the health-related fields, emergency services, criminal justice, forensics, law, business and education. The international membership includes professionals from across the United States and Canada and over 30 foreign countries.

The mission of the National Center for Crisis Management:

  • Increasing Awareness of the Impact of Traumatic Events and Crisis Situations on Human Functioning
  • Enabling Professionals to Look Beyond Physical and Safety Needs and also Address Emergent Psychological Needs
  • Improving the Quality of Support and Intervention
  • Establishing Meaningful Standards Among Professionals Across Disciplines
  • Providing Information and Training Opportunities through it’s Educational Resource Center and Premier Speakers Bureau
  • and Ultimately Assisting Victims to Become Survivors and then Thrivers


 

BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP WITH THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CRISIS MANAGEMENT
  • Dual Membership in the The National Center for Crisis Management and its sister organization - American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.
  • The Opportunity to apply for:

    • the Diplomate Credential with the Center (D.N.C.C.M.) or with the
      Academy (D.A.A.E.T.S.) (click here for details)


    • certification in one or more of the 17 specialty areas within the Traumatic Stress Specialties and Crisis Management Specialties Programs (click here for details)


    • Fellowship with the Center (F.N.C.C.M.) or with the Academy (F.A.A.E.T.S.) (click here for details)


    • Certification in Acute Traumatic Stress Management (C.A.T.S.M.) (click here for details)

  • All certifications are recognized by both The National Center for Crisis Management and its sister organization - The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.

  • The use of the National Center's Credentials (click here for details)


  • Professional certificates denoting National Center membership and credentials. (click here to view certificates)


  • Receive The Traumatic Stress and Crisis Management Report, the official online publication of The National Center for Crisis Managements. (click here for details)


  • The ability to network with professionals, from over 200 professions and specialties, across the United States and from over 30 foreign countries, who regularing provide support and intervention before, during and in the aftermath of traumatic events and crisis situations.
  • Listing in the Professional Directory of the National Center for Crisis Management. This Directory serves as a referral network for professionals (click here to view the Directory).
  • Opportunties for Members to publish and/or distribute their own books, products and services. (click here for details)
  • Continuing Educational Credits .

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