Involuntary Commitment in the State of Tennessee
1 CE Hour Approved by NBCC
“Involuntary Commitment in the State of Tennessee”
Online, anytime access to a pre-recorded webinar.
This webinar was recorded during our 2020 Virtual Counseling and Therapy Summit.
My presentation will cover the history of involuntary commitment in the United States, the ethics of involuntary commitment, what mobile crisis is, how mobile crisis is involved in the involuntary commitment process, what a 6401 is, what a 6404 is, how to fill out a 6404 so that the court will accept it, how long a 6404 holds a person against their will and who is allowed to transport a person under a 6404.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to understand the involuntary commitment process in Tennessee.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to explain the role of mobile crisis in the involuntary commitment process.
- Following this presentation, participants will be able to explain what a 6404 is and will know how to fill one out.
About the Speaker
Dr. Neilan-Keaton currently works at that Tristar Behavioral Health Call Center as a Team Lead. Prior to this position, she worked for 10 years on a mobile crisis team. Her areas of expertise include crisis counseling and assessing patients who are suicidal, homicidal or psychotic and determining level of care needed.