ATs Care: ICISF Assisting Individuals in Crisis Hybrid Workshop
June 16, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The course will highlight psychological crisis and psychological crisis intervention, resistance, resiliency, recovery continuum, critical incident stress management and evidence-based practice for intervention, basic crisis communication techniques, common psychological and behavioral crisis reactions, putative and empirically derived mechanisms, SAFER-Revised model, suicide intervention and risks of iatrogenic “harm”.
- Describe the fundamental components and specific protocols for individual crisis intervention
- Understand the role of the AT in crisis intervention
- Apply and practice selected techniques instructed during the workshop
An online portion of the course is required to complete prior to arriving on-site for the course. The lead instructor will contact you with information to access the materials 2 weeks prior to June 16th.
CEUs: This course is eligible for up to 13 CAT D CEUs.