Active Shooter 2.0: The Evolution of the Active Shooter Risk and Community Response
Advanced Skills Training (EBH Program)
DATE: July 21, 2017
TIME: 8:15 AM – 4:30 PM (Registration at 8:00 AM)
LOCATION: Clarion Psychiatric Center
Two Hospital Drive, Clarion, PA 16214
PA Department of Health
Bureau of Public Health Preparedness
PA Department of Human Services
Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
In Collaboration with
Clarion Psychiatric Center
The threat of an active shooter event continues to evolve in its frequency and complexity. From the Texas Bell Tower attack involving a single shooter in a single location, to the Paris, San Bernardino and Orlando attacks, increasingly with multiple shooters moving to multiple locations, leaders and crisis responders must continually adapt to this ever-changing threat. It is no longer enough to simply prepare employees to Run, Hide or Fight. The “Active Shooter 2.0” program introduces the important action steps involved in Stopping the Killing, Stopping the Dying, and Stopping the Crying. This presentation will discuss the most up to date approaches for organizations in implementing plans, procedures and exercise to ensure an effective, integrated response to potentially overwhelming active shooter events.
To ensure that participants have an opportunity to apply the principles presented during the morning session, an afternoon Table Top Exercise will be conducted to allow the participants to engage in active discussion and model action steps of a community response.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS PROGRAM.
Trainings and in-services through Clarion Psychiatric Center are being offered at no-cost. To schedule a training or in-service, please contact David at: David Delvaux, MS, LBS, Clinical Liaison, Clarion Psychiatric Center, Cell: 724-992-1381, [email protected]. A list of suggested topics are below:
- Suicide Prevention In this presentation we provide overall statistics utilizing the most current suicide data, dispel myths about suicide, and put a large focus on recognizing the risk factors, warning signs and protective factors. We also discuss ways in which an individual can intervene and get help for someone who is expressing suicidal ideations. This presentation can be tailored to any audience.
- High School/Middle School Suicide Prevention In this presentation we provide overall statistics on the most current data, and put a large focus on recognizing the risk factors, warning signs and protective factors. We also discuss ways in which an individual can intervene and get help for someone who is expressing suicidal ideations. This presentation can be tailored for students in high school and middle school.
- College Suicide Prevention This presentation can be tailored for students in the college setting. In this presentation we provide overall statistics on the most current data, and put a large focus on recognizing the risk factors, warning signs and protective factors. We also discuss ways in which an individual can intervene and get help for someone who is expressing suicidal ideations.
- Trauma Informed Care The Trauma Informed Care training will define and review the biology of trauma, and will discuss the prevalence of trauma, specifically as outlined in the ACE Study. We will take a look at why it is important to have a strong understanding of trauma in the mental health setting and we will view the documentary of a strong trauma survivor in “Healing Need”. This training also contains a section on Vicarious Trauma and the importance of the professional caring for themselves.
- Non-suicidal Self Injury Behaviors Non-Suicidal Self Injury continues to be a growing trend among adolescents and young adults. This presentation will discuss various types of self-injury, risk factors, warning signs, and protective factors. We will discuss why people self-harm as well as look at interventions that can be used to assist an individual who engages in self-harming behaviors.
- Vicarious Trauma: Taking Care of You! So often, as mental health professionals we tend to take much better care of our patients/clients than we take care of ourselves. The vicarious trauma training will give you an overview of trauma and its prevalence, along with reviewing the risk factors and warning signs of vicarious trauma. As a group we will discuss ways that, as professionals, we can better care for ourselves, including creating our own personal wellness plan. In the end, we will practice various relaxation techniques beneficial to taking care of you.
- AD/HD Across life span Do you feel lost when it comes to AD/HD and its related issues and concerns? Upon completion of this training, you will have a comprehensive map showing you how to effectively manage ADHD-related issues with adolescents and adults.
- Hoarding Explore the basics of Hoarding with this presentation that is accompanied by a 45 minute viewing of the popular A&E show “Hoarders”. This presentation will define hoarding, will take a look at what the new DSM-5 outlines for the disorder, and will go over risk factors and warning signs, along with suggested treatment interventions.
Continuing Education Credits:
We have partnered with Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic and can now offer Continuing Education Credits at a cost of $30.00 per person.
Additionally, we can offer ACT 48 credits for teachers through our local Intermediate Unit 6 at a cost of $10.00 per person.
In order to apply for credits for any training, a 45 day notice is required. All credit fees are the responsibility of the individual or agency requesting the training.
Facilitator: David Delvaux, M.S, LBS; Clinical Liaison. David received his M.S. in Rehabilitative Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He began his career at The Watson Institute as the coordinator of Community Based Instruction and Education consultant and provided them with 12 years of service. He relocated to Mercer and was employed with Paoletta Counseling Services as a Licensed Behavioral Specialist/Therapist for 13 years. David has recently been hired at Clarion Psychiatric Center in his position as Clinical Liaison. David conducts various trainings for Clarion Psychiatric Center staff, as well as outside trainings and presentations in the community, to include Clarion Psychiatric Center’s Suicide Prevention Program.