Crisis Intervention/De-escalation - Do's and Don'ts when Responding to Aggression

Date:
6/4/2019
Time:
09:00AM - 12:30PM
Deadline:
5/29/2019
Cost:
$10.00
Status:
Active
Open Spots:
28
C.E.U.s
Anyone who works with children and youth
This training will review threats to your personal safety in the home, classroom or workplace. The stages of rational response will be demonstrated. Instruction on verbal de-escalation tactics which are non-physical skills used to prevent a potentially dangerous situation from escalating into a physical confrontation or injury. Some recommended “Do’s and Don'ts” for action.
The training will also address threats to the safety “of others”. Specifically, The "Duty to Warn " refers to a mental health practitioner’s obligation to warn identifiable victims. The duty to protect is a counselor’s duty to reveal confidential client information in the event that the counselor has reason to believe that a third party may be harmed. Case vignettes will review the ethical decision making process; how mental health practitioners should approach potentially dangerous clients with sensitivity and safety in mind.
Note: This class can be taken as a part of the certificate training package Positive Youth Development
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Gary Sullivan, LCSW
Trainer
6600 W Commercial Blvd Lauderhill, FL 33319
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