Chester County

DHS - Drexel - Art of De-Escalation: Working w/ Agitated and Aggressive Behaviors - VIRTUAL RECORDED Online Registration

DHS - Drexel University
The Art of De-Escalation: Working with Agitated and Aggressive Behaviors 
Online Registration
Virtual-Recorded Training
The Art of De-Escalation: Working with Agitated and Aggressive Behaviors
Training offered by Drexel University
Continuing Education Credits          No Cost          1.5 hrs.

Description:  There are growing concerns about the prevalence of aggression and violence perpetrated by clients against behavioral healthcare workers.  Verbal de-escalation is the recommended first-line response, comprising a range of short-term psychosocial interventions aimed at reducing harm.  In this course, participants will evaluate their personal reactions to stressful encounters while learning to better manage individuals presenting with agitation and aggression.  The use of video and role play will complement the learning process.  

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify strategies for personal emotion and physiologic regulation when under stress
  2. Discuss the signs, symptoms and causes of psychomotor agitation
  3. Describe the process of psychological escalation and de-escalation
  4. Demonstrate a compassionate interpersonal style when managing agitated individuals 
  5. Apply effective interventions to prevent escalation and to de-escalate a person in crisis
In order to receive continuing education credits at no cost to you for this course:
  • You must pre-register
  • You must be a Chester County Provider
  • You must complete the post-test and evaluation form at the end of the session
You will receive a training link in your confirmation email
This course is available NOW through 6/28/2024,
or until maxium capacity (50) is reached

(CLICK on 6/28/24 link below to register.  Due to an issue with the software we need to include a date/time on the initial link; the course is available NOW.)

Notice: There are no openings available for this offering (623).
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