Effective ways to intervene when a child or adolescent presents in psychiatric crisis Brooke Anderson LCSW AISD School to Community Liaison Laura Slocum LPC ATCIC MCOT Mobil Crisis Team Manager ID: 534023 Download Presentation
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Effective ways to intervene when a child or adolescent presents in psychiatric crisis. . Brooke Anderson, LCSW / AISD School to Community Liaison. Laura Slocum, LPC / ATCIC MCOT Mobil Crisis Team Manager.
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