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KRTS Power to Respond® is a ground-breaking digital health App that is deployed using a distribution system.

 

It has two main functions:

To support individuals immediately after an incident by helping them to understand their reactions, offering strategies and, if necessary, pointing them in the direction of further support

To offer information for helpers, friends, colleagues, managers or family members, providing information on what to do and, just as importantly, what not to do to support those affected

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Benefits

Quick and easy deployment

Compatibility across all devices Web, IOS and Android

Easily deployed for 24/7 access

Conforming with International standards

For large scale incidents or personal crises

Multilingual capacity

Additional Benefits
  • It will help individuals to understand their reactions and provide tools to help their recovery

 

  • It will help supporters, including managers, to provide the right kind of support

 

  • It will help organisations to offer immediate support to effectively manage the impact of a traumatic event or crisis

 

  • Peer or manager support: This is the basic humane response towards those affected by a psychological critical incident by non-specifically trained personnel. It comprises meeting basic practical needs, showing sensitivity to concerns, good inter-personal communication and signposting to further support. The software will provide practical guidance including helpful actions and the avoidance of unhelpful ones.

 

  • The provision of appropriate psycho-education to employees affected: Psycho-education is the provision of advice and guidance relating to psychological well-being. It includes an overview of common reactions to distressing events in order to normalise these and reduce anxiety, simple self-help strategies to facilitate recovery in the first few days and where and when to seek further support.

 

As such, KRTS Power to Respond® supports the immediate needs of employees after a psychologically distressing event and also provides guidance to managers on handling the human impact in their teams.

Guidance compliance

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The app meets the standards set out in ISO 22330 and those of the World Health Organisation, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, European Network for Traumatic Stress and the British Psychological Society amongst others for post-trauma care.

Find out more about how this groundbreaking app
might fit with your organisation

Emergency notification systems

Emergency notification systems

Integrate within your emergency notification system to provide an immediate, targeted response to an event
Health and wellbeing services

Health and wellbeing services

Provide effective accessible psycho-education on common reactions to trauma and crises and facilitate psychosocial support
Public sector

Public sector

Reach a wide number of your employees across many locations with advice and guidance
Voluntary sector

Voluntary sector

Respond to community disasters, man-made and natural, to meet early psychological needs
Overseas and off-shore industries

Overseas and off-shore industries

Reach employees in remote locations in a non-stigmatising, effective way
Crisis Management Services

Crisis Management Services

Respond quickly to the early needs of employees and managers to facilitate organisational recovery

Reference Books

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POWER TO RECOVER: A Complete Guide to Managing Psychological Trauma at Work
By Liz Royle and Catherine Kerr

Also available as an ebook

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INTEGRATING EMDR INTO YOUR PRACTICE
By Liz Royle and Catherine Kerr

Translated into Swedish (2012) and Spanish (2019)

Chapter 16 “PEOPLE LIKE ME DON’T GET MENTALLY ILL: Social Identity Theory, EMDR and the Uniformed Services”
By Liz Royle

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“POLICE FIREARMS OFFICERS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA: THEIR PERCEPTION OF TRAUMA SUPPORT SERVICES”
By Liz Royle

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Part V: Theory and Approached 5.13 “Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)”
By Catherine Kerr and Liz Royle

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“THE PSYCHOLOGY OF YOYO DIETING: 7 STEPS TO BREAKING FREE”
By Cath Kerr and Liz Royle

Also available as an ebook

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Awards

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Awards

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Our Clients Include

Tailored Solution for your organisation’s needs

The advantages of investing in KRTS Power to Respond® are:

When you invest in this unique innovative product, you will be associated with industry experts Dr Liz Royle and Chartered Psychologist Catherine Kerr. They are both international authors and presenters on psychological trauma and crises, and will maintain the App’s content, ensuring it keeps pace with professional practice and is sensitively adapted for the user.

This level of “know how” is rare, and further safeguards the trademark and legally protected copyright.

The functionality of the app has been developed with an award winning international company EKO4 providing state of art technology.

The creators of KRTS Power to Respond® will directly engage with you to support your marketing requirements

You will join us as pioneers in the practical implementation of ISO 22330: Guidelines for People Aspects of Business Continuity

By providing KRTS Power to Respond® as part of your portfolio you will have the opportunity to empower your clients and their employees after distressing/traumatic events. You will also be providing a service that has the potential to positively impact your customers in many ways, including financial savings, reducing employee turnover, increasing employee morale, health and wellbeing, maintaining a reputation as a socially responsible organisation, protection against litigation, and last but by no means least reducing human distress

This is an impressive way to publicly show that you are a passionate, life changing, organisation that seizes opportunities for innovation.

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