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Person-Centered and Trauma-Informed Crisis Management and De-Escalation

with Dr. Ryan Carruthers and Amber Dirks

9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Virtual Location: Zoom
Target Audiences:
Maddi Grimm, (402) 472-6194,
For Nebraska Certified Peer Support Specialist (CPSS), professionals in psychology, behavioral health, and social work
Intermediate Instructional Level
This training has been approved for 2.75 continuing education (CE) credits for psychologists,* 2.75 CE credits for Nebraska LMHP/LIMHP, and 2.75 CE credits for Nebraska CPSS. Credits will be awarded to participants who attend the entire training.
FREE Zoom Training

Person-Centered and Trauma-Informed Crisis Management & De-Escalation will equip participants with vital skills to ensure safety and well-being in distressing situations. Participants will learn to identify and assess the various components of a crisis, apply person-centered and trauma-informed principles in their de-escalation efforts, and maintain their well-being in preparation for crisis work, during a crisis, and thereafter. Through this training, professionals gain a deep understanding of recognizing, assessing, and responding to risks, while prioritizing personal safety.

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*Continuing education for psychologists may be used by other licensed behavioral health professionals. Please check with your licensing board. Continuing education credit is granted on a one credit per one instructional hour basis.

The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center (NUPPC) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The NUPPC maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Division of Behavioral Health Office of Consumer Affairs and the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center.

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