By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name the six steps in the Action technique regarding fact based risk inquiry under the Tarasoff decision.
-Name the first five of nine explanations of school shootings.
-Name the three parts in the three-Part message technique.
-Name four aspects of how structural secrecy may decrease the likelihood that school shooters will be identified early.
-Name five aspects of weak or mixed signals that can interfere with the ability to identify children at risk within the school system.
-Name six cultural scripts that influence a shooter’s decision to commit a violent act.
-Name three factors that may prevent children from reporting threats from another student to adults.
-Explain the legal consensus on the definition of a “true threat”.
-Explain the constitutional law issues involved in using profiles to prevent school violence.
-Name five effective strategies that have been used to reduce youth violence.
-Name the four guiding principles for structured professional judgment in violence risk assessment.
-Name the ten historical items included in the SAVRY for adolescent violence risk assessment.
-Name five common factors among rampage school shooters.
-Name three explanations for why rampage school shooters are usually male.
-Name three guidelines to helping students distinguish a threat that should be reported to adults.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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