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SFSC Training Registration - November 2, 2016

DATE/LOCATION
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2016
9:00am - 1:00pm
Registration at 8:30am
 
University of Toledo - Health Science Campus
1150 East Medical Loop
Collier Building
Room 1200
Toledo, OH 43614
 
 

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Our data shows an increase in care-leveling for youth in crisis by significantly reducing unnecessarily restrictive placements; increasing system collaboration; and developing innovative ways to keep youth safe in their most natural environments. In addition, working directly with schools, hospitals, first responders, etc. when there is a traumatic or tragic event involving a child, we help to restore stabilization in the wake of tragedy.  Our project philosophy is borne of strength-based, trauma-informed, and family systems approaches.
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Understand the history and purpose of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)
  2. Identify when a CISM response might be helpful
  3. Identify potential members, partners, and areas for response in local communities
  4. Identify the difference between crisis intervention strategies for children and adolescents versus those used with adults
  5. Understand the role of trauma in crisis assessment and disposition
  6. Identify potential local community partnerships that provide youth with optimal disposition resulting from crisis situations

 


 

PRESENTERS

Melissa Meyer, MS, LPCC-S, Chief Clinical Officer
Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio, Inc.
International Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Instructor
 
Rick Skilliter, Chief of Police
Village of Bluffton
Coordinator, Western Ohio CISM Team
International Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Instructor
 
Merri Skilliter, Superintendent
McComb Local Schools
International Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Instructor
 
Bobbi Beale, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate 
Center for Innovative Practices, part of the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education at Case Western Reserve University's Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
Dr. Beale previously served as the Director of the Center for Applied Resilience at Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health in Canton, Ohio. She has been serving at-risk youth and families at C&A since 1991; first as a home-based therapist, then a program supervisor, program designer and division director.
 
 

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS JULY 25

 

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