Strategies to Improve your Behavioral Intervention Team Effectiveness

Improve cross-campus communication, response documentation, and overall efforts with your behavioral intervention team.

Psychology, Education & Learning

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An effective behavioral intervention team (BIT) promotes student mental health and well-being by addressing student issues before they escalate. However, institutions struggle to define and implement best practices and processes. Further, many intervention strategies currently in use are no longer applicable. Updating your processes and coordinating cross-campus communication help to ensure that your BIT efforts are highly effective.

Join us in Orange County to develop a BIT strategy that fits the unique needs of your campus. Structured as a “learn and work” event, you will leave this conference with a framework to update and improve your cross-campus communication processes, response and documentation protocol, and overall intervention efforts.


Using a broad-based framework and real-life case examples, our expert faculty will provide the practical application to help you:

Clarify confidentiality limits and identify ways to work within them

Define and formalize your processes and procedures for intervention and dismissal

Identify and apply national and local standards for violence prevention

Improve your current practices through situation analyses and information sharing sessions

From: July 28, 2014 08:30
To: July 30, 2014 12:00

Hyatt Regency Orange County, 11999 Harbor Blvd, 92840, Garden Grove, United States


Psychology, Education & Learning


Behavioral Intervention, Communication, Higher Education



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