Crisis Intervention Theoretical Training

Recognition of Achievement

Core Information


More Information



Overview

This program is designed for professional counselors and frontline workers who wish to expand their portfolio into the area of crisis intervention. This program provides theoretical training and focuses on the best practices in crisis intervention applications for many settings and populations.


Filter Classes: In Class     Online     Correspondence     Hybrid     Availability   


Curriculum

CIM101
Crisis Intervention Theories and Models
Availability
 

This course explores the roots of crisis intervention from the turn of the last century to present day. The work of such contributors to the field as Stierlin, Lindemann, Caplan, Schneidman and Farberow will be discussed. A number of crisis theories and models will be studied. Students will have an opportunity to examine ethical, legal, multicultural issues and, current trends.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

CIM102
Death and Dying in Crisis Intervention
Availability
 

The work of the crisis interventionist frequently involves dealing with death and dying notifications. Students will study the Hendricks' model of death notification, acute grief reactions, notifying children and the elderly of a sudden death (homicide, suicide, accidental), sudden infant death and parental grief, the grieving person's reactions, what can be done to facilitate mourning, pathological grief, risk factors and, multi-cultural issues.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

CIM103
Crisis Intervention in Domestic Violence
Availability
 

This course provides students with an opportunity to explore many of the issues related to domestic violence. Topics to be studied include: Battered Women Syndrome, Battering Cycle, Victim and Abuser Profiles and, immediate and long term effects on Children. Other subjects to be examined are the abuse of pregnant women, women with disabilities, multi-cultural issues and relevant legislation.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

CIM104
Victimization in Crisis Intervention
Availability
 

Students will learn about the emotional impact of victimization. The focus will be on victims of residential break and enter, children and trauma, victims of crime such as: those sexually assaulted, elders, and victims of hate crimes. There will be a special emphasis on the secondary victimization of friends, relatives, witnesses, first responders (police, firefighters, and paramedics), health care professionals, childcare and social service workers and the clergy.




Loading availability...
If the availability does not load please click here.

Completion

Recognition of Achievement

Upon successful completion of the program requirements, please submit a Request for Recognition of Achievement Form to the Faculty of Continuing Education and Training. There is no cost for this and your Recognition of Achievement will be mailed to you.

Program Contacts

Annie Kirkham
Program Assistant
Annie.Kirkham@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.22536


Dedra Profitt
Program Coordinator
Dedra.Profitt@senecacollege.ca
416-491-5050 ext.22826