Presented by Rick Shepler, Ph.D., PCC-S and Melissa Meyer, MS, LPCC-S
Who should attend: Home and Community-Based Behavioral Health Providers. The population of focus will be children, adolescents, and young adults with significant behavioral health challenges and their families.
About the training: This two day training will present an overview of risk assessment, crisis stabilization, and safety planning for youth with serious emotional disabilities and his or her family. The following topic areas will be covered: risk and safety assessment, crisis functional analysis, safety planning, crisis intervention, and working with family systems to assess and re-mediate their escalation patterns. You will need to attend both days.
Location – First Christian Church; 6900 Market Avenue North, Canton, OH 44721.
Parking – Free parking.
Cost – This is a free training. Lunch will be at the discretion of the attendee.
Education credits – 12.0 CEUs pending.
Limited space, please register by August 24, 2017.