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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.
Crisis Intervention with Non Minor Dependent Youth (Coaching)
Level: Advanced Practice – Lineworker and Supervisor
Credits: 2.5 hours
Intended Audience: Social Workers and Supervisors who work with older teens and Non-Minor Dependents
Description of Course: The course will cover Crisis Intervention strategies for working with this population. This Part 2 and 3 of a three part training on this topic. Participants must have taken Part 1 (webinar) prior to taking Part 2 and 3. Part 2 consists of an assignment to observe/engage skills in handling a crisis with a youth. Part 3 consists of reporting out assignment activities and receiving coaching/feedback in a 1.5 hour coaching session.
Participants will discuss the limits of their role in working with Non Minor Dependent Youth
Participants will discuss how “crisis” situations present opportunities for relationship building in the EC model
Participants will demonstrate reflective listening
Participants will apply the EC model in working with one Non Minor Dependent on his/her caseload
Participants will appreciate the difference between a case manager and consultant
Participants will value how displaying empathy can de-escalate Non Minor Dependents in “crisis”
Participate in a coaching session on crisis intervention skills and receive feedbackfrom a coach.
The nature of Crisis and typical responses
The Social Worker’s role in assisting clients through crisis situations (acute phase, outward adjustment phase, integration phase)
The steps involved in Emotion Coaching and how it applies to Crisis Intervention
Application of the EC model in working with one Non Minor Dependent Youth
The importance of maintaining empathy while avoiding subjective involvement in the crisis