• Mass Shootings, Threat Assessment & Duty to Warn/Protect: A Mental Health Professional’s Perspective


    Location: Burien
    Date: 05/31/2019
    Time: 9:00 AM

    Mental health professionals in Washington state have an expanded duty to warn and protect in situations where outpatient clients may pose a threat of violence.  This seminar addresses the current state of violence in our culture (including schools), risk and threat assessment methods when dealing with clients, and methods for intervention and threat management to mitigate the risk of violence.  Special attention is paid to lethal means restrictions, and strategies to develop safety plans that work for clients and those in their worlds.


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