Assessing Our Clients: It’s EVERYONE’S Responsibility

Assessing Our Clients: It’s EVERYONE’S Responsibility

Presenter: Scott J. Watson, MA, LCAC, MAC, SAP, NCC

Location: Cumberland Heights River Road Campus – FLC Auditorium
8283 River Road Pike
Nashville, TN 37209

Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Time: 9:00AM – 12:00PM (Noon)
Credit: 3 credit hours available (NBCC, NADAC approved)
Cost: $10.00


Workshop Information:

Join Heartland Intervention’s Scott J. Watson for an entertaining and insightful look at an often-overlooked component of treatment – Assessment. Scott will cover the basics of initial assessment as well as discuss the importance of ongoing assessment. Participants will learn a few questions to ask as well as explore mental health, addictions, suicidality/self-harm and assessment after relapse. Bring your tough cases and questions for this interactive presentation.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Articulate the value of initial and ongoing assessment for all clients.
  2. Integrate a basic assessment strategy into each client/patient interaction.
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of protective and risk factors when evaluating suicidality/homicidality.
  4. Understand how mental health, addiction and trauma issues can complicate the assessment process.
  5. Participate in the collaborative staffing of several assessment cases.

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