Presented by Pat Miles and Nancy Lowery-Bregar
This training will provide participants with a foundation understanding of youth and family crisis cycles, including risk factors, drivers and effective response strategies. Participants will take foundational principles learned and be able to translate this into the development of an appropriate youth and family crisis and safety plan. The session will focus on identifying and clarifying the Care Coordinators role, as well as other multi-disciplinary child and family team members’ role in the crisis and safety planning process.
2.75 Supervision CEs available to: Social workers, Counselors
2.75 CEs available to RNs/LPNs, Psychologists
Connection: To ensure CIP COE provides top quality training and learning experiences, all participants must have their cameras on for the entire training event to attend and receive credit. The attendance and participation expectations are the same for virtual and in-person training events: no multitasking, follow along, engage, and participate in discussions and other activities, no traveling in a car or attending concurrent meetings.
Note: If you join the training without your camera on, you will be removed and need to reschedule.
1. Bandwidth issues: inform your agency and make plans to access a connection that is conducive for camera-on, engaged learning.
2. Chromebook or similar devices generally complicate your connection. You will not be able to obtain chat information etc.; you will need alternative options.
3. Phoning in with audio (no video) cannot verify attendance, you will be removed from the training and unable to earn credits.