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Coping Strategies Used by School Staff After a Crisis: A Research Note

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There is much literature on crisis support in schools but little on how school staff are affected. This research had two aims: to begin to explore the coping strategies used by school staff after a crisis event, and to investigate measures that might prove valuable for future research. Seven cases are presented using three measures: the WHO (Five) Wellbeing Index, the Impact of Event Scale–Revised, and the Ways of Coping–Revised. Results from this initial study show great variation in the range of responses reported by teachers.
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Keywords: PTSD; coping strategies; crisis; crisis support; critical incident; schools; teacher coping; teaching well being

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Kent Educational Psychology Service, Kent, United Kingdom

Publication date: September 1, 2013

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