2. Adventure Therapy Risk Management Practices

Using adventure activities in therapy comes with professional responsibilities to address risk through both clinical and adventure practices, whether you are walking in a city park or engaging in higher risk adventures like paddling or climbing. In this training, we will review fundamental concepts of risk management, breaking them down into manageable steps. We will explore ways that we assess and manage risk in adventure therapy settings, providing useful tools for adventure therapy therapists to incorporate into their practice!

Kim · February 2, 2021

Release Date: February 19

Time: 2 hrs

Instructor: Kim Sacksteder

This two-hour, pre-recorded course covers an overview of risk management concepts, strategies and practices within the field of adventure therapy.  Participants will learn about the concepts of risk, assessing risk, risk management, and documentation.  Hazard and risk analysis will be discussed in regards to the environment, activities and people that interact to create risk.  Risk management practices will be described including documenting and analysis of incidents and near misses and standards for review of risk management.

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Kim

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Course Includes

  • 3 Modules
  • Course Certificate

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Our time: 2:29am MDT