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December 12, 2013
Murder/Suicide and the Role of Mental Health in Workplace Violence Prevention
Are murderers, terrorists and perpetrators of murder/suicide crazy? Can we actually prevent the next violent attack or are we relegated to responding and reacting to violence? Are we creating a society of sociopaths? We live under the illusion that mental health assessment, profiling and threat assessment can reliably prevent the next shooting but history tells a different story.
Conducting a Threat Assessment Without Interviewing the Subject
This webinar looks at the threat assessment process in two ways: when we meet with the subject or when we don’t. There may be many reasons why we want to meet with the subject and why we may not want to or be able to meet with the subject prior to making an assessment – the subject or the threats are anonymous, he or she refuses to meet, or the meeting may actually spur the subject into action because he or she feels trapped or that time is running out. While clinicians may insist they must meet with the subject in order to conduct a full violence risk assessment, it may not always be easy, possible or necessary.
Stalking in the Workplace
Bullying in the Workplace