Dealing with and De-Escalating Non-Compliance, Disruptive, Abusive and Other Conflicts During Phone Contacts - Day 1

When

12/8/21

2:30-4:00pm

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills
Description

Contact Tracers, Case Investigators, and Resource Coordinators are in need of relevant de-escalation skills to adequately navigate difficult conversations they routinely encounter. As such, in partnership with CDPHE, we are pleased to offer the following 2 part training session. 

This learning opportunity is part one of a two-day training that will utilize a combination of didactic, discussions, video examples and case discussions to meet the training objectives.

 

The training will incorporate the following domains:

  1. Pre contact preparation considerations. This step would involve gathering information about the contact and identification of potential triggers.
  2. Client behavioral assessment
  3. Language based triggers
  4. Goals and Roles development
  5. Early warning behaviors of a potential conflict
  6. Initiating the communication and building rapport
  7. Conflict mediation and de-escalation techniques
  8. Utilization of ACT Guidelines

 

Learning Objectives
  1. Identify client personality characteristics
  2. Recognize key words and their relationship to reactions
  3. Identify client behaviors as Compliant, Passive Resistive, Active Resistive, and Assaultive
  4. Develop contact goals
  5. Develop contact roles
  6. Identify warning behaviors related to conflict or non-compliance
Length of Learning Opportunity
1.5 hours
Registration Information
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Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts

Dr. John Nicoletti received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Colorado State University in 1972. He co-founded Nicoletti-Flater Associates with his wife, Lottie Flater, in 1976. He has since established himself as a national expert in police psychology, violence risk assessment, workplace and school violence prevention, as well as crisis intervention and trauma recovery. 

Geographic Relevance
Colorado

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