Violence Risk Assessment Tabletop Scenarios
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The NCHERM Group’s Online Trainings now offers easy-to-use video training tools to help Behavioral Intervention Team members and staff involved in conducting violence risk assessments hone their skills. Each video set presents an individual who has been referred to the BIT engaged in a conversation with the BIT chair and a violence risk assessment with a campus mental health assessor. These professionally produced videos include transcripts to help viewers follow along, questions and answers, key takeaways, and guides to help trainers introduce the material. They include everything you need to lead engaging, interactive, and highly instructive assessment trainings.
Myra & Craig: A Case Study in Student Violence Risk Assessment
Meet Myra, a student experiencing personal and academic difficulties because of a failed relationship. Myra has stopped going to all but one class, refuses to accept that her romantic relationship with classmate Craig has ended, struggles with ambiguity in her life, and idealizes Romeo & Juliet’s tragic ending as a positive outcome for herself. After meeting with the BIT chair, who becomes increasingly concerned, she is escorted to a mental health assessor’s office for a violence risk assessment.
Prof. Jon & His Students: A Case Study in Faculty Violence Risk Assessment
Meet Jon, a faculty member who teaches military history. Jon has missed a couple of his classes, harbors some hostility for his students, and has raised some red flags among his peers for his pro-gun views. He feels his department head and HR director are out to get him, is frustrated over his inability to get published, and has a defeatist attitude. He meets first with the BIT chair and second with a campus mental health professional tasked with conducting a violence risk assessment for the BIT.
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