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As part of its ongoing effort to promote alternatives to seclusion and restraint and other forms of coercive interventions among special populations, SAMHSA’s Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and ...

As part of its ongoing effort to promote alternatives to seclusion and restraint and other forms of coercive interventions among special populations, SAMHSA’s Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint through Trauma-informed Practices, will host a 6-part webinar series to be followed by an ongoing virtual dialogue with presenters and experts in the field through SAMHSA’s BHTalk web site and subsequent written brief to inform the field on promising practices.

For more information along with the schedule and registration information, view the attached document.

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    SAMHSA webinar series on Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint SAMHSA webinar series on Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint Document Transcript

    • REGISTER TODAY _____________________________________________ Promoting Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint among Special Populations Virtual Training Institute August 14, 21 and 28, 2012As part of its ongoing effort to promote alternatives to seclusion and restraint and other forms ofcoercive interventions among special populations, SAMHSA’s Promoting Alternatives toSeclusion and Restraint through Trauma-informed Practices, will host a 6-part webinar series tobe followed by an ongoing virtual dialogue with presenters and experts in the field throughSAMHSA’s BHTalk web site (http://www.bhtalk.org/Groups.aspx - Community Dedicated toTrauma-Informed Practices and Seclusion and Restraint Prevention Blog); and subsequentwritten brief to inform the field on promising practices.The series will address various groups whose unique needs must be understood and addressed toprevent the use of coercive interventions. The historical, intergenerational and communitytraumas of these groups must be taken into account for systems of care to avoid re-traumatizationand avoid replaying historical conflicts. This webinar series is designed to begin the dialoguearound some of these groups and address their specific needs. Presenters will include nationalexperts in the field and families and consumers who have experienced episodes of seclusion andrestraint and can address the positive changes resulting from seclusion/restraint freeenvironments. Additional information will be sent within the next week - To register for the webinars, please click here
    • Schedule of Events:Part I Part IITitle: Introduction to the Series and Title: Preventing Seclusion and Restraint inPreventing Seclusion and Restraint among Criminal Justice SettingsYouth in Institutional Settings Date: August 14, 2012Date: August 14, 2012 Time: 3:00-4:30 (EST)Time: 1:00-2:30 (EST)Part III Part IVTitle: Preventing Seclusion and Restraint Title: Preventing Seclusion and Restraintamong People Who are Deaf or Hard of among Older AdultsHearing Date: August 21, 2012Date: August 21, 2012 Time: 3:00-4:30 (EST)Time: 1:00-2:30 (EST) Part VIPart V Title: Preventing Seclusion and RestraintTitle: Preventing Seclusion and Restraint in among Children with DevelopmentalSchool Settings DisordersDate: August 28, 2012 Date: August 28, 2012Time: 1:00-2:30 (EST) Time: 3:00-4:30 (EST) Forward this announcement! Please share this announcement with friends and colleagues who may be interested in learning more about reducing seclusion and restraint among special populations.