When returning home from a deployment, it can be hard to adjust to normal life.
If the work was especially demanding, or in a high risk location, or in an unfamiliar culture, it can leave someone with a lot to process. But even for more routine trips, there is often a lot to reflect upon.
If left to linger, these thoughts, feelings and memories may cause problems. Poor focus. Low energy. A lack of confidence. Even conflict at work. But if discussed in a healthy way, they are an opportunity to find new meaning and motivation in life and work.
A Psychosocial Debrief is a chance to discuss these things in confidence, with a professional and supportive facilitator, in order to learn, grow and smooth the transition back to their regular role(s).
✅ Reflect on what went well and what went less well
✅ Develop coping strategies for dealing with the transition
✅ Develop tools for considering next steps
✅ Process challenging experiences and emotions
AT A GLANCE
📍 Venue: Online or face-to-face in London or Nairobi
⏰ Duration: 60 minutes
👥 Perfect for… an individual or group back from a difficult work trip, or from a high risk location, or from a stay of one year or more
“Thank you for listening and going through all of this with me – it was incredibly helpful (even more than I had expected to be honest!) and I felt very grounded afterwards.” – Anonymous