HIGH RISK CLIENTS, COLORADO SPRINGS, JANUARY 14, 2019
Crises are never scheduled, convenient or easy. But they do happen and you will face them. Clients at risk for crisis often present with so many symptoms and issues, it’s hard to know where to start. Many clinicians, anxious about how to proceed, often miss or avoid asking the right questions to effectively intervene and keep clients (and themselves) safe.
As a clinician, have you ever felt:
Join Brooks W. Baer, MA, LCPC, LMFT, as he navigates you through five of the most difficult scenarios in mental health today. Through real-life examples and live role plays, Brooks will share the concrete strategies that he’s used over the last two decades to safely and effectively intervene in the challenging, urgent, and sometimes alarming situations that mental health professionals face. Full of practical tools and tips, this seminar will teach you how to make crisis situations more manageable, overcome your worries, and improve your readiness to handle mental health emergencies related to suicide, violence, substance abuse, trauma, and medical issues. Better still, instruction on professional liability management techniques, tips for documentation, and detailed reproducible assessment forms will have you feeling confident that you can focus on doing what’s best for your clients without fear of litigation. And, Brooks’ guidance is applicable to your work regardless of your setting or clinical background.