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Section 3
TMH Safety Issues
Behavioral Emergencies, Firearms, & Technical Difficulties

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Barnhorst, A., & Kagawa, R. M. C. (2018). Access to firearms: When and how do mental health clients become prohibited from owning guns? Psychological Services, 15(4), 379–385.

Casey, T., Griffin, M. A., Flatau Harrison, H., & Neal, A. (2017). Safety climate and culture: Integrating psychological and systems perspectives. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 22(3), 341–353.

Prener, C., & Lincoln, A. K. (2015). Emergency medical services and “psych calls”: Examining the work of urban EMS providers. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 85(6), 612–619.

Rowen, J., Giedgowd, G., & Baran, D. (2021). Effective and accessible telephone-based psychotherapy and supervision. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration.

Thomas, N., McDonald, C., Boer, K., Brand, R. M., Nedeljkovic, M., & Seabrook, L. (2021). Review of the current empirical literature on using videoconferencing to deliver individual psychotherapies to adults with mental health problems. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 94(3), 854–883.

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