Dr. Raymond Shelton’s 8 Stress Management Tips for Property Claims Professionals
- Listen To Your Body
- Have The Strenght To Let Go
- Avoid Rigid, Narrow Thinking
- Maintain A Life Beyond The Job
- Stop Biting The Hooks
- Take The Time To Laugh
- Set Expectations Based In Reality
Dr. Shelton is a Fellow and Director of Professional Development with the National Center for Crisis Management, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. He serves on the Board of Scientific and Professional Advisory for the Institute for Traumatic Stress. Dr. Shelton provides consultation, development and training to the emergency services, corporate, industrial, medical and education community in the area of Stress Management, Crisis, Trauma and Violence. He further serves as an Executive Consultant to the insurance industry regarding traumatic stress during catastrophic events. Dr. Shelton is an international conference presenter and provides direct consultation and training to the Trauma Support Center in England.
Dr. Shelton is the author of the book EMS Stress, An Emergency Responders Handbook for Living Well (Mosby Publications, 1994), Acute Traumatic Stress Management (American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, 2001) and Comprehensive Acute Traumatic Stress Management (American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress 2005). Dr. Shelton further served on the American Hospital Associations Ad Hoc Committee on Major Transportation Carrier Disasters in developing the report - Major Transportation Carrier Disasters: Improving Response and Coordination, 1991. Dr. Shelton’s articles on Traumatic Stress and Crisis have been published in the Claims and Claimsman Magazines.
Dr. Shelton doesn't only work with temporary insurance housing companies. He develops and trains hospital, corporate, insurance industry, industrial, emergency service, clergy and educator based trauma response teams. He is also regularly providing training to the mental health community regarding Traumatic Incident Stress Management.