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  1. The Difficult / Potentially Violent Student Ken Browner, Psy.D. Officer Lisa Latz Lakeland Community College

  2. Types of Students We Will Discuss • Difficult • (Many different types) • Potentially Violent • Angry / Reactive • Premeditated / Planned • Active Shooter

  3. Difficult Students /Difficult Situations • Your experiences

  4. Intervention With Difficult Students Boundaries/LimitsEmpathy/Support

  5. Types of Students We Will Discuss • Difficult • (Many different types) • Potentially Violent • Angry / Reactive • Manipulative • Adrenaline - addicted • Premeditated / Planned • Active Shooter

  6. The Angry / Reactive Student:Recognition and Deescalation(adapted from Jack Klott, MSSA) • Manipulative Student (Most common and teachable) • Behavior / Emotion: • Temper Tantrum • Motivation • Get something; get you to give in

  7. The Manipulative Student:Recommended Response(adapted from Jack Klott, MSSA) • Don’t give attention; ignore as much as possible. • Say and repeat: “I need for you to calm down.” • If s/he continues to escalate, threaten to call police or security. • Ask them to come back when they are able to talk about the situation more calmly. • When they come back calmly, give undivided attention. This teaches that appropriate behavior lead to appropriate results.

  8. The Angry / Reactive Student:Recognition and Deescalation(adapted from Jack Klott, MSSA) • Adrenaline - Addicted Student • Behavior / Emotion: • Frenzy; adrenaline rush • Motivation • Pick a fight; provoke a reaction

  9. The Adrenaline-addicted Student:Recommended Response(adapted from Jack Klott, MSSA) • Don’t react strongly. • Show that his / her attempt to provoke you won’t work. • Say and repeat in a barely audible voice: “I need for you to calm down. We need calm here.”

  10. Types of Students We Will Discuss • Difficult • (Many different types) • Potentially Violent • Angry / Reactive • Manipulative • Adrenaline - addicted • Premeditated / Planned • Active Shooter

  11. Premeditated / Planned Violence • There is no useful “profile.” • Use “warning signs” with caution, and recognize that multiple warning signs may indicate increased risk. • Communicate with others when you are concerned about a potentially violent student. • Pay attention to subjective feelings of fear.