This course is designed to help further develop current LOCUS trainer’s skills and understanding by the use of lecture, additional case vignettes, Q & A, group discussion and logistics. This training will help provide consultation and coaching for practitioners who have already completed the LOCUS TNT course for sustainability of Fidelity. Attendees will review goals to be accomplished through LOCUS training and identify training techniques and obstacles that will help develop clinical examples relevant to the Dimensional Criteria. This will help establish comping techniques to use with difficult participants. This training will also help to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of each level of care that will help create consistency.
Featuring: Jack Stevenson, MS - Deerfield Behavioral Health Jack Stevenson is the primary marketer and trainer for the LOCUS (Level of Care Utilization System) and the child and adolescent version called CALOCUS - both developed by the American Association of Community Psychiatrists.
Training Fee: There is no fee to attend this training. Training materials, continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included. Registration is required and space is limited.
Goals & Objectives:
- Create consistency in Level of Care Determination
- Utilize a shared view of resource intensity along a continuum of care.
- Match clinical needs to service intensity.
- Identify service gaps within a System of Care, which will help enhance or maintain services when LOC is unavailable.
- Identify and share clinical examples that help to illustrate use of criteria.
- Identify and resolve training issues encountered by Trainers.