VTRA identifies individuals and groups who are moving toward committing serious violence. It decreases the number of community threats and the level of violence. When a suspect is at-risk of committing a serious act of violence, VTRA trainers teach multi-stakeholder teams how to gather appropriate information and to build data-driven assessments

 

 

NACTATR is Pleased to Announce Level Three (VTRA) Training Dates!

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 28-29, 2020

Tues/Wed

Oshawa, Ontario

Durham Catholic District School Board
650 Rossland Rd. West
Oshawa, ON

 

April 30 - May 1, 2020

Thurs/Fri

London, Ontario

London District Catholic School Board
5200 Wellington Rd. South
London, ON

 

 

Check-In 8:00am
Training 8:30am-4:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

Level Three Violence Threat
Risk Assessment (VTRA)

The Interventions

 

Delivered by:

 

 

J. Kevin Cameron
NACTATR

 

Dr. William Pollack
Harvard University

 

 

 

 

Course Description:

Level Three VTRA is a two-day comprehensive training focused on Stage Three VTRA which is data-driven case formulation and treatment planning culminating in ‚Äúcomprehensive multidisciplinary interventions‚ÄĚ. This training draws on the clinical expertise of Dr. William Pollack in the treatment of complex psychiatric symptomology and the clinical expertise of J. Kevin Cameron in the treatment of family systems generated pathology. Overlaid with trauma informed practice this training is a rich clinical experience.


Who Should Attend:

Anyone who is Level Two VTRA trained is welcome to attend. However, this training is primarily focused on helping professionals (psychologists, social workers, mental health, child protection, probation, nurses, counsellors, etc.) and organisational VTRA leads and team members who regularly treat or oversee complex VTRA cases (police, managers, district leaders, community organizational leaders, principals, etc.). 

 

 

 

 

 

Registrants must have completed Level One and Level Two VTRA to be eligible to attend.