Biennial ICISF Awards
The ICISF Biennial Awards program recognize outstanding achievements and contributions in the field of critical incident stress management, disaster mental health and wellness, and crisis intervention through peer support.
Award Nominations are open until 3/31/23! Fill out the form below to nominate!
ICISF Community Service Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization that has made a significant contribution to their Community through Crisis Response.
ICISF Emerging Leader in Crisis Intervention
Presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution early in their career and shows a commitment to the future of peer support programs in the field
ICISF Excellence in Training and Education Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization for their excellence and/or innovations in the Training and Education of individuals/organizations in the field of Crisis Response.
ICISF International Crisis Response Leadership Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization from outside of the U.S. for their significant impact within their home nation and/or nations throughout the world in the field of Crisis Response.
ICISF Lifetime Achievement Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization to honor his/her/their life-long contributions to the field of Crisis Response and/or ICISF, Inc.
ICISF Media Spotlight Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization for their contribution to a publication or production, via either print or electronic media, which has helped to put the field of Crisis Response in the spotlight, to benefit and inform the field and/or the broader public.
ICISF Mike Fedock Award
Presented to an individual who is seen in the Crisis Response Community as an “Unsung Hero,” demonstrated not only through their commitment but their deeds.
ICISF Pioneering Spirit Award
This award recognizes individuals, and/or organizations that have exemplified the pioneer character in the advancement in the field of CISM and ICISF. Recipients are those who have worked diligently over time to enhance the effectiveness and viability of the central precept of “Peer Support” through their actions and deeds in the service to others.
ICISF Spiritual Leadership Award
This award is presented to an individual/organization for their commitment to their Team/Community through the ministry of presence and compassion in Crisis Response.
Susan E. Hamilton, PhD Award
This award is given to an individual or an organization in the field of crisis management and or crisis response for their distinctive leadership and achievement of collaboration and strategic consensus between agencies and or organizations in successfully creating an atmosphere of cooperation and proactive communications. These resulting actions lead directly in the identifying, defining and securing of effective solutions toward common goals that best address current and emerging challenges within Disaster response. Presented in honor and memory of Susan Elizabeth Hamilton, PhD., 1943-2010
We require the name, address, email address and phone # of both the nominator and the nominatee.
Please provide a narrative description of the performance or other justification for the nomination, giving detailed and specific examples.
You may use the following questions as a guide:
What did the nominee accomplish that deserves recognition?
How does this accomplishment exemplify ICISF’s values or mission statement?
Who was affected by the nominee’s accomplishment?
What makes this nominee exceptional?
All nominations must be submitted by completing THIS FORM. Only those submitted through this process will be considered.
ICISF will notify nominator of final decision and additional information. Presentation of Awards will be scheduled during the Main Congress: General Presentations.