BHT 1003 : Behavioral Crisis Management
Behavioral Crisis Management gives students information regarding crisis prevention, intervention, suicide prevention, and methods for managing challenging behavior in outpatient treatment settings.
This course is part of a four course Behavior Health Technician Certificate program. Upon successful completion, with a 70% or higher, in each of the four courses, students need to complete the Certificate Request Form. A certificate of completion will be issued to the participating individual.
Courses can be taken separately from earning the BHT certificate for CEU credit.
CEUs Earned Upon Course Completion:
This course is a 10 week, self-paced, open enrollment course.
Kneisl, C. R., & Trigoboff, E. (2013). Contemporary psychiatric—mental health nursing (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:
- Identify health, safety, and environmental risks in various therapeutic environments.
- Explore issues related to substance addiction.
- Explore methods of communicating about crises.
- Analyze suicide prevention techniques.
- Describe the importance of trauma-informed care.
- Identify self-care strategies for behavioral health professionals.
- Identify psychological disorders that may affect patients in an inpatient residential facility.
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