Welcome to NaBITA: National Behavioral Intervention Teams

Behavioral Intervention Teams for Schools, Campuses, and the Workplace

The National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) is an organization for the support and professional development of behavioral intervention team members.

NaBITA is committed to providing education, resources and support to professionals in schools and in the workplace who endeavor every day to make their campuses and workplaces safer through caring prevention and intervention.

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The NaBITA Catalog 2018 Edition Now Available

Message from the NaBITA President

Message from 2018 President David Denino, January 30, 2018

Message from 2017 President Carolyn Reinach Wolf, March 1, 2017

Message from 2016 President Aaron “Chip” Reese, April 1, 2016

Message from 2016 President Aaron “Chip” Reese, January 4, 2016


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01.11.18 > Past-President Chip Reese in Columbus State News, Tool Designed by Dean Reese is Implemented in U.K.

12.08.16 > TEDxSpokane featuring W. Scott Lewis, Talking to Victims

08.29.16 > Brian Van Brunt featured in The Counselor’s Role in Ensuring School Safety

08.03.16 > NaBITA and ACCA Release 2016 Paper: Psychiatric Medications and College Counseling

06.20.16 > Assessing Threat in Written Communications, Social Media, and Creative Writing

06.15.16 > Statement from NaBITA President and Executive Director on June 12th Shooting in Orlando: NaBITA States Vigilance can Empower Prevention of Shootings

06.08.16 > Van Brunt Authors Journal Article on Assessing Written Threats

05.16.16 > NaBITA Announces Opening and Closing Keynote Speakers for 2016 Conference in San Antonio

05.03.16 > NaBITA President Chip Reese was interviewed by Sky News regarding safety on college campuses and how BITs play a big role. Read the article here.

04.14.16 > Brian Van Brunt featured in Tangled Up In Blue, article in Community College Journal

03.21.16 > NaBITA Releases Position Statement on Concealed Carry Legislation Related to Mass Shootings

02.25.16 > TBR 2-Day Statewide Summit Is Student Focused

02.16.16 > NaBITA Executive Director Brian Van Brunt’s Journal of College Student Development article “addresses contemporary issues that affect student development”

11.22.15 > Effectiveness of college threat assessment teams is debated.

11.02.15 > Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., is named Executive Director of NaBITA!

07.25.15 > Lafayette Community Looks Inward to Begin Healing After Theater Shooting

12.1.14 > NaBITA is pleased to introduce our year-end whitepaper, The Core-Q10 Checklist: Assessment of a Behavioral Intervention Team

10.21.14 > NaBITA Incoming President Brian Van Brunt quoted in USA Today Article, Bullying Not a Thing of the Past for College Students.   Click here to read the article.

10.10.14 > Harm to Others: The Assessment and Treatment of Dangerousness by Brian Van Brunt is now available for purchase.

2.25.14 > The NCHERM Group announces the Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) Program & Online Training Portal

2.6.14 > NaBITA issues Position Statement on 504 and Campus Direct Threat Determinations. Click here to read the statement.