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Outline of Topics - Transcript of Compact Discs
*New content on School Shootings
Section 1 & Question 1
--Track #1 - Therapist-Client Confidentiality & Six-Steps in Action Plan
Section 2 & Question 2
--Track #2 - Teaching Your Client How to "Avoid the Big Talk"
Section 3 & Question 3
--Track #3 - Effectively Using a "Three-Part Message" Exercise
Section 4 & Question 4
--Track #4 - How Structural-Secrecy Inhibits Prevention of School Shootings

Section5 & Question 5
--Track #5 - Children at Risk - Identifying Masters of Disguise and Using Fragmented Information
Section 6 & Question 6
--Track #6 - Reflecting on the Tarasoff “Duty to Warn”
Section 7 & Question 7
--Track #7 - Three Factors that Keep Children from Reporting Threats
Section 8 & Question 8

--Track #8 - 4 Stages of a Community Recovering from a School Shooting
Section 9 & Question 9

--Track #9 - 3 Key Conflicts Preventing a Community from Recovery
Section 10 & Question 10

--Track #10 - Understanding Five Origins of Rampage School Shootings
Section 11 & Question 11
--Track #11 - Violence Risk Assessment Checklist for Elementary School Age Children
Section 12 & Question 12
--Track #12 - Four Key Steps in Preventing Shootings
Section 13 & Question 13
--Track #13 - Four Steps to Coming Forward about Threats
Section 14 & Question 14
--Track #14 - Understanding the Four Phases of a Hostage Situation
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Course Manual of Articles

& Personal Reflection Exercise

Section 15 & Question 15
--Ethical Considerations in Protecting Students from Violence
Section 16 & Question 16
--Ethical Considerations Related to Using Student Profiles
Section 17 & Question 17
--Ethical Strategies for Preventing School Violence
Section 18 & Question 18
--Assessment of Violence Risk in Adolescents
Section 19 & Question 19
--Using the SAVRY to Enhance Violence Risk Assessment in Adolescents
Section 20 & Question 20
--Common Factors Among Rampage School Shooters
Section 21 & Question 21
--Tools for Identifying and Helping "Invisible Kids" at Risk for School Violence
Section 22 & Question 22
--Encouraging Students to Come Forward About Threats
Section 23 & Question 23
--Complications in Mourning after Sudden Death as a Result of a School Shooting
Section 24 & Question 24
--Community and Parental Mourning after a School Shooting
Section 25 & Question 25
--Helping Community Members Mourn Sudden Death after a School Shooting
Section 26 & Question 26
--Addressing Difficulties in Using Profiling to Identify Potentially Violent Youth
*New content on School Shootings

Section 27
--The School Shooter: Threat Assessment Prespective
Section 28
--Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence
Section 29
--Preventing School Shootings: A Summary of a U.S. Secret Service Safe School Initiative Report
Section 30
--Preventing, Preparing for Critical Incidents in Schools
Section 31
--Impact of Mass Shootings on Survivors, Families and Communities
Section 32
--Prior Knowledge of Potential School-Based Violence: Information Students Learn may Prevent a Targetted Attack
Section 33
--Selected Readings Bibliography/Authors/Instructors
Section 34
--Appendix A: Code of Ethics: NASW, AAMFT, APA, NBCC, and ACA
History and Evolution of Values and Ethics in Social Work
3 Key Legal Requirements and Considerations

Section 35
--Appendix B: Reproducible Client WorksheetsCourse Learning Objectives/Outcome

FloridaPsychology Laws and Rules Ethics Addendum

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