The workplace, where adults spend about one third of their lives, would seem an ideal place from which to promote health and respond to crisis. This paper employs a systematic statistical review of experimental and quasi-experimental research on workplace-based crisis intervention programs. Nine studies were identified that met inclusion criteria for further analysis. Results suggest that the workplace can be a useful platform from which to provide crisis intervention programs.
- Crisis intervention
- Critical incident stress management
- Disaster mental health
- Employee assistance programs
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Applied Psychology
- Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health