2022 Crisis Prevention and Intervention Training Report: Key Findings
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About This Webinar
The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected the majority of Americans’ mental health. The rates of anxiety and depression in the U.S. have grown considerably, leading many experts to worry about a potential rise in crisis situations. The ability of your staff to mitigate various types of crises has never been more important.
Featuring responses from nearly 3,000 behavioral health and IDD providers across the United States, the report uncovers interesting trends on the current state of training for crisis prevention and intervention among human services professionals.
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear Nellie Galindo, MSW, MSPH, and Lance Kruse, Ph.D. share the results of the survey, and how you can leverage these insights to improve the crisis response of your staff.
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
How the survey was conducted
Key trends of crisis prevention training for behavioral health and IDD providers regarding training modalities, staff confidence, and preparation for 988
How you can leverage the report to ensure proper training around crisis prevention, intervention, and postvention techniques
Nellie Galindo MSW, MSPH
Product Marketing Manager, Relias
Lance Kruse Ph.D.
Market Research Manager • Product Marketing, Relias