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Threat Assessment and the Use of DarkFox
with Dr. Brian Van Brunt and Nina Delgadillo recorded 2/24/2023
March 31 | 9:00 – 10:30 AM PT
Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide and the Use of the D-Prep Tool
with Dr. Brian Van Brunt and David Denino
April 14 | 9:00 – 10:30 AM PT
Intersection of ADA Compliance, Student Conduct & Mandates
with Dr. Brian Van Brunt and Dr. Amy Murphy
Managing Suicidal Students on Campus
Recorded March 15, 2023
Brian Van Brunt, EdD
National Director of Behavior and Threat Management | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian is the national director of behavior and threat management for D-Prep Safety. Author of over a dozen books, Brian has spent time as a child and family therapist, university professor, assistant deputy director of training at Secure Community Network, partner at TNG, and president of the National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA). He is an internationally recognized expert in behavioral intervention, threat assessment, mental illness, and instructional design. Brian has provided consulting services to schools, colleges, and universities across the country and abroad on a wide variety of topics related to student mental health, counseling, campus violence, and behavioral intervention.
Deputy Director of Safety | email@example.com
Nina, D-Prep Safety’s assistant deputy director, is a retired Senior Special Agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, having 25 years of distinguished service. Nina was an instructor for ATF at the National Academy where she instructed courses on explosives investigation, undercover investigation, interviewing, and train the trainer. Nina conducted complex firearms, narcotics, explosive, arson, domestic/international terrorism investigations, and undercover investigations. Her significant career investigations include the Unabomber investigation, the Williams Brothers investigation (arson of multiple synagogues, a reproductive health center and a double murder), and domestic and international terrorism cases following 9/11 and her investigative work has been featured on national and syndicated shows. Nina has vast experience in crisis media management with regional and national media, and has trained and provided guidance on how to effectively engage with the media and the community.
David Denino, LPC, NCC
American Red Cross | firstname.lastname@example.org
David has worked in higher education and college counseling over the past several decades and is director emeritus of counseling services at Southern Connecticut State University. David is a master trainer of Question Persuade Refer (QPR) and was the key person in bringing the QPR model to the state university system in Connecticut. A certified clinical trauma professional, David is also a Red Cross mental health first responder and is the mental health lead for the states of Connecticut and Rhode Island. As such, he has assisted with relief efforts for hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, and Harvey as well as provided mental health support at the Sandy Hook and Las Vegas shootings.
Amy Murphy, PhD
Angelo State University | email@example.com
Amy serves as an associate professor of student development and higher education leadership at Angelo State University. She is also the program coordinator for the M.Ed. in student development and leadership in higher education as well as the graduate certificate in academic advising, both fully online programs. Amy has more than 20 years of experience in higher education and student affairs. She is formerly the dean of students and managing director of the Center for Campus Life at Texas Tech University. Her experiences include chair of the school’s behavioral intervention team, oversight of prevention and response activities for gender-based violence and discrimination as the deputy Title IX coordinator for students, as well as administrative involvement in student conduct, disability services, counseling, and enrollment management.