Mental Health Crisis Response Institute
2419 Nicollet Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404
Being the change we need to see
Mon, Aug 28|
Hennepin County Public Safety Facility
40 Hour CIT Training
Crisis Intervention Team Training teaches practical, effective techniques for safely responding to a behavioral health crisis. For Law Enforcement, Health Care, Social Services, Education, anyone seeking to improve crisis response skills. 40 CEU credit hours provided. $775 per person.
Time & Location
Aug 28, 8:00 AM CDT – Sep 01, 5:00 PM CDT
Hennepin County Public Safety Facility, 401 S 4th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
About the event
Contact Mark Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org 612 801 8572 to register
Learning objectives: 1.Describe major mental illnesses and associated symptoms and behaviors; 2.Learn de-escalation techniques that should successfully end a crisis encounter; 3.Learn how to stay calm and in control, to maintain professionalism in highly emotional, intense situations; 4.Practice implementing the de-escalation skills in mental health crisis scenarios; 5.Recognize the perspective of individuals with a mental illness on crisis, crisis response and recovery; 6.Identify mental health and other crisis resources available to assist in a crisis and in long term recovery; 7.Show how techniques taught in this class can be applied to almost any situation involving individuals who are upset, uncooperative, or threatening; Practice coaching the practical exercises. Includes live action scenarios with professional actors with CIT crisis coaches.