Reduce Troubling Events on Your Campus
Learn how to set up your own intervention team with guidance to ensure campus safety and help troubled students at institutions of learning.
It takes a village to raise a child, according to the African proverb. And the same can be said for shepherding troubled students at institutions of learning, whether it’s K-12 or higher education. It’s possible with a Behavioral Intervention Team, a preventative and caring group of people from various disciplines to identify, assess and manage threats early enough to intervene.
Preventing campus violence is not the only aim: Students also can be helped if suffering from extreme depression, suicidal thoughts or intent, disruptive or disturbing behaviors, excessive or inappropriate anger, extreme anxiety or emotional outbursts and personal or family situations.
Learn how to set up your own intervention team with guidance on
- Who should become core team members
- What kind of training they should have
- What is the significance of a mental health diagnosis
You’ll also find 12 important questions to answer to determine what practices to institute to boost your school’s safety.
Get your copy today to begin to make your campus safer.