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Future Trends in Crisis Intervention

Future Trends in Crisis Intervention

Future Trends in Crisis Intervention American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Crisis intervention is a skill set that everyone should know.    No one can predict when a crisis might strike.    Crisis training and a working knowledge of what to do could be the difference between life or death.  Many times some trained to prevent a crisis can intervene and save lives.  Police officers, EMTs, fire fighters and other first responders should all receive crisis training.   They need to stay up to date with the latest techniques and new ways to hone their skills.   An excellent essay talks about

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Crisis intervention Flashcards

Crisis intervention Flashcards

Study Flashcards On Crisis intervention at Flashcard Exchange. We can help you quickly memorize the terms and more American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Great site for those who are currently studying crisis intervention or currently in crisis training.    It is a simple site that allows you to flip between your crisis flash cards and flip them front and back.    You can even have a hint shown as well. Another way to make sure you retain your knowledge would be to apply what you learned to a real life situation.   Put yourself into the shoes of a crisis intervention specialize. 

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Workshops for Autism, Crisis Intervention

Workshops for Autism, Crisis Intervention

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Great article showing how one county is helping the community be better prepared for crisis intervention.   When we think of a crisis, we automatically image a suicide jumper or a hostage situation.   However what happens when it is non-violent or a special needs child is involved? Special needs children can pose a unique problem for untrained officers and first responders.   Not fully understanding how someone acts with a mental condition can lead to misuse of force or unneeded actions.    It is important that crisis intervention programs also include non-violent and mentally handicap educational sections