Crisis Intervention and Case Management- 35 Hours

Contact Hours: 35

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LMHC, CRC, NCC



  • Learn the basic principles of suicide assessment
  • Identify ways to estimate suicide risk
  • Identify the necessary components for a suicide assessment
  • Identify risk management methods including consultation, documentation
  • Identify methods for determining appropriate placement
  • Understand the factors contributing to suicide risk
  • Apply criteria for receiving community services, including fee and funding structures.
  • Access community agencies and service providers, and their mission, function, resources, and quality of services offered
  • Identify service gaps and advocate for new resources.
  • Identify managed care and other systems affecting the client.
  • Use appropriate technology to access, collect, summarize, and transmit and document data on client including assessment, reassessment, change and discharge data.
  • Communicate respect and empathy for cultural and lifestyle differences.
  • Demonstrating appropriate written and verbal communication.
  • Establishing trust and rapport with colleagues in the community.
  • Assess level and intensity of client care needed.
  • Interpret, prioritize, and use client information.
  • Solicit comprehensive and accurate information from numerous source including the client.
  • Work with client to select the most appropriate treatment.
  • Involve family and significant others in treatment planning.
  • Advocatefor client services.
  • Establish appropriate boundaries with client and significant others
  • Deliver case presentation
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team building, negotiation, advocacy, conflictresolution, problem solving, and mediation.
  • Observe and identify problems that might impede progress.
  • Obtain informed consent and necessary releases of information
  • Communicate with the client, family and significantothers, and with other
  • service providers within the boundaries of existingconfidentiality regulations.
  • Establish and maintaining non-judgmental, respectful relationships with clients and other service providers.
  • Apply the confidentiality regulations when communicating with agencies.
  • Implement follow-up and aftercare protocols.
  • Assess adherence to treatment plans.
  • Applying treatment outcome measures.
  • Maintain contact and collaborate with client, referral sources, and significant
  • others.
  • Engage client in the treatment process.
  • Access information from referral sources. .
$105.00 for 90 days

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