Overview

This training focuses on how clients transition out of intensive clinical programs like FSP. It examines the layered issues underlying transitions out of intensive programs, from a graduation when a client’s goals have been achieved to a disengagement in which a client may have an ambivalent separation from the program. It will review the scientific literature on transitions from Assertive Community Treatment and Intensive Case Management programs, discuss strategies for decision-making about transitions, and identify what is known and unknown about transitions. Then the training will review a best practice approach – a so-called Mock Discharge - for exploring transition as a team and for an individual client. The aim of the training is to prepare clinicians to use a high-quality strategy for transitioning clients to a lower level of care when this is clinically appropriate. Recorded on June 14, 2022.

Please note that CEs are only available by attending the live virtual training, not the anytime session.

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