MTS Training # 9 – Crisis Prevention and Intervention

Did you know that in most cases, you can prevent escalation of disruptive behavior with your own verbal & nonverbal behaviors? The ability to organize your thinking and calmly respond are effective de-escalation techniques that can help you avoid a potential crisis.

In video below, you will watch realistic scenarios demonstrating how your own words & nonverbal behaviors can help you safely manage dangerous situations.

Learn how personal space, body language, and listening skills can help effectively de-escalate the disruptive behavior of those in your care.

Please note that physical intervention should always be the very last option is crisis intervention.

8 Responses to “MTS Training # 9 – Crisis Prevention and Intervention”

  1. Marta Ochoa Marta Ochoa

    Good morning 😃🌞
    Watch videos sis survey

  2. Michelle Flanders Michelle Flanders

    Videos watched survey completed & sent good information

  3. Jessica Forrest Jessica Forrest

    Watched the videos and submitted survey .Thank you . In my opinion these where the most helpful. I really leaned a lot from the self defense video

  4. Chimay Chan Chimay Chan

    Watched videos and completed survey


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