Crisis Intervention Strategies
Crisis Intervention Program
Important Notice: The Crisis Intervention Skills workshop for 2011 has been cancelled.
The characteristics of a crisis. Definitions, description of common crises, how a crisis develops, characteristics of a person in crisis, crisis resolution.
Crisis Intervention Theory
Cross-Cultural Aspects of Crisis-Intervention
Crisis-Intervention and management: Psychological First Aid, Distinguishing characteristics of crisis intervention.
Steps in crisis intervention:
Assessment, Intervention and Planning, Implementation of the strategy, Evaluation and follow-up.
How to recognize and respond to situations in which the individual may pose a risk to him/her self or others: Assessing the risk of assault or homicide, Suicide Assessment, Myths and misconceptions, Sample Questions.
Crisis outreach following death or suicide; conducting a group session in a living unit following a suicide
Self-care; dealing with our own limits.
Conclusion, debriefing, evaluation.
These fees include all handout materials, continental breakfast, nutrition breaks, a delicious hot lunch and a wide beverage selection throughout the day.
Early bird registration fee:
$560.00 before September 24th, 2011 (one month prior to course start date)
Students: $345.00 with valid student ID.
Regular registration fee:
$620.00 after September 24th, 2011
Students: $380.00 with valid student ID.
Please note: A $115 non refundable deposit is required to hold your spot.
Payment may be made either by cheque or credit card (Visa or MasterCard) and must accompany the registration form. Cheques should be made payable to Queen’s University.
The registration form can be downloaded from this site. In order to secure your place, please fax, phone or email, but you must send the registration form and payment in the mail. A $115 non refundable deposit is required to hold your spot.Crisis Intervention Registration
Continuing Education Credits:
Certificates of participation will be provided for completion of this workshop. This may be used, together with the course outline, to apply to your professional organisation for CE credits.