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Thu 7/11, 1:30 – 3:00

Overview of Threat/Risk Assessment Concepts

Session 2

Overview of Threat Concepts and a Case Example

Session 3

Pathways Triage Examples

Session 4

Case Study & VRA

Session 5

Intake and Interviewing

Session 6

Writing Reports

Session One: July 11, 1:30 - 3:00 PM

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BIT/CARE Team Development Checklist
Creating Intervention Plans
Social Media Basics
Beyond the Red Flags
Marketing Your BIT/CARE Team: Building a Team Website
Standards for BIT/CARE and Threat Teams
Bias Mitigation
Marketing Your BIT/CARE Team: The Concern Form
Team Audit Tool
Building the Team - Conduct
Marketing Your Team
The CASE Process
Common Challenges for Minorites Accessing Mental Health Treatment
Referral Checklist and Service Audit
The Evolving Nature of Threat and Violence Risk Assessment in College Counseling Centers

UPCOMING WEBINARS

July 17, 2024

Free! Assessing and Mitigating Threat on Social Media

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July 31, 2024

Free! Physical Safety and Security in the Workplace

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July 18, 2024

Free! Jedi Mind Tricks: From Verbal Judo to Crucial Conversations

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August 28, 2024

Free! Employee Training on Workplace Violence Prevention Plans

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Hard Conversations book
Uprooting Sexual Violence
White Supremacist Violence
Brief BITs
An Educator's Guide to Assessing Threats in Student Writing
The Book on BIT
Understanding and Treating Incels
Best BITs
Ending Campus Violence
A Faculty Guide to Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior
A Guide to Leadership and Management in Higher Education
A Staff Guide to Addressing Disruptive and  Dangerous Behavior on Campus
Harm to Others
The Prevention and Management of Mental Health Emergencies
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