Course curriculum

    1. What Disengagement Looks Like

    2. Disengagement Activity

    3. Reasons Clients Disengage

    4. Reasons Clients Disengage Activity

    5. Addressing Disengagement

    6. Addressing Disengagement Activity

    7. Strategies to Combat Disengagement

    8. Strategies to Combat Disengagement Activity

    1. Reasons for a Natural Exit

    2. Natural Exit Activity

    3. Recognizing When it is Time for a Natural Exit

    4. Recognizing When it is Time for a Natural Exit Activity

    5. Communicating the Natural Exit

    6. Communicating a Natural exit Activity

    1. Self Sabotage

    2. Self Sabotage Activity

    3. Measuring Successful Graduation

    4. Measuring Successful Graduation Activity

    5. Preparing Your Client for Successful Graduation

    6. Preparing Your Client for Successful Graduation Activity

    7. Celebrating Clients' Success

    8. Celebrating Clients Success Activity

    1. When to Extend Ongoing Support and What it Looks Like

    2. Ongoing Support Activity

    3. Caregiver/Client Relationship Post-Program

    4. Caregiver/Client Relationship Post-Program Activity

    1. Post-Survey

Course Cost

  • $60.00

About the 3SGF BRAVE program

BRAVE is designed to equip direct service providers with tools and resources to serve vulnerable populations in a trauma-informed manner. When providers are BRAVE-trained they are better equipped to meet the unique needs of those they serve in a safe and respectful manner. Individuals receiving services from trained, trauma-informed advocates are more likely to engage in support services. This increases the chance of their safety and long-lasting well-being.

Why Take This Course?

  • Handling Disengagement

    Sometimes those we serve will disengage from services for various reasons. It is important to be prepared for this and learn how to navigate these situations.

  • A Natural Exit

    There are times when the client is not able to actively participate in the program but is also not disengaged. This is when a neutral exit comes into play. These situations make it a little more tricky to decide whether it is time for a client to be exited from your program.

  • Successful Graduation

    Your client has successfully made it to the end of the program. This can be an incredibly exciting and scary time for your client all at once. Your client has made tremendous steps. This is a big deal and should not be taken lightly!