This course will be an interactive workshop to assist those in K-12, college and university, and workplace settings better develop their intake skills and demonstrate how to create a risk management plan to create a better chance for success, address violence potential, and reduce legal liability. The focus will be on creating a plan that seeks to reduce risk while clearly and consistently leaning into best practice concepts to better ensure improvement in the behavior of the individual. This will be an interactive and group discussion-based training that will review a variety of cases with an eye to diversity, bias reduction, and opportunities for practical take-a-ways to put immediately into practice.

Morning

  • Foundations of:
    • Intake/assessment
    • Treatment planning and intervention
    • Documentation discussion
  • Creation of a risk management plan
    • Introduction to the RMP and overview of its use
    • Developing a bias mitigation mindset
  • Suicide intake and assessment
    • Group discussion
    • Development of intervention goals
  • Human resource disruption and threat case
    • Group discussion
    • Development of intervention goals

Afternoon

  • Substance abuse intake and case management
    • Group discussion
    • Development of intervention goals
  • ASD student with poor boundaries and Title IX involvement
    • Group discussion
  • K-12 middle school threat (Window into BIT 3, part 2)
    • Group discussion
    • Development of intervention goals