Vancouver, WA: Trauma Informed Crisis De-Escalation

The Recovery Village Ridgefield invites you to our Continuing Education Event!

Presenter: 

Ryan Daven, MSW, LCSW, CADCII

Position: 

Ryan Daven is an LCSW, CADCII whom spent a majority of his career in administrative roles of Crisis Outreach and Mental Health/Addiction Services. After earning an MSW from the University of Washington in Addiction and Mental Health counseling, he worked in the field of co-occurring disorders: Mobile Crisis Team Clinician, Clinical Supervisor at the Crisis Diversion Facility/Crisis Diversion Interim Services Programs, and developed programming for a medical detoxification facility for those with comorbid conditions. Currently, he is the clinical program director of medical detoxification, residential treatment, and rapid access in Douglas County.  

Presenter Topic: Trauma Informed Crisis De-escaltation 

Topic Description: Beginning with a brief orientation and exploration of manners by which to promote and enhance trauma informed practices during one of the more contentious portions of the healthcare field: difficult conversations with patients, clients, family members, and community partners. The next portion of the training is designed to explore the neurophysiology of feelings and how they impact patient/client outcomes. It takes a reductionistic approach to our understanding of feelings (i.e. a range of anxiety to aggression) and focuses on the primal drives of feelings and ways to mitigate their impacts throughout the crisis curve.

Objectives:

a) Normalization of trauma as a universal human experience

b) An understanding of how trauma impacts biopsychosocial functioning

c) Reinforcement to the importance of the “how” trauma informed care is implemented and assured

d) A set of skills, rooted in motivational interviewing, to build and sustain client safety and rapport with a practitioner

e) An understanding of anxiety, anger, aggression and their origins

f) Explanation into the impacts of feelings states on behavior and language (non-verbal and verbal), as well as how others acknowledge and respond to these cues

g) A set of standard operating procedures for mitigating potential escalation

Credit Hours: 2

Agenda

10:00 AM- 10:15AM

Check in & Introductions

10:15AM- 12:15PM

Speaker Presentation

12:15PM - 1:00PM

 Q&A

Certifications of Completion

TO REGISTER FOR THE ONLINE WEBINAR CLICK HERE: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/uZwtce2prjIvnyRPB1UyAJctXa4y4q9zGA

Continuing Education credit hours will be awarded as accredited by NBCC. Attendees will need to contact their governing body in order to have credits applied. The exception would be nurses that would go through CE Brokers. Priority seating is reserved for individuals receiving Continuing Education Credit.

For questions please email Event Manager/ACEP Administrator, Ashley Ulbrich at [email protected]

Website: www.ridgefieldrecovery.com

Office Location (Not Event Location): 888 Hillhurst Rd.Ridgefield, WA 98642

Phone Number: 407-401-9321 ext: 4066

The Recovery Village Ridgefield has been approved by  NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7009. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Recovery Village Ridgefield is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Details
Date:

March 27

Time:

10:00 am - 01:00 pm

Event Category:

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Continuing Education Events

Click to Register: Registration Page
Organizer

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Continuing Education

Website: Event Page