The leadership, background, and vast experiences of our educational and consulting staff ensures you receive the most up-to-date and tailored training for your team.
Workplace Violence + Active Shooter
Workplace violence represents a serious risk today. Examples include active-shooter, harassment, intimidation, threats, theft, stalking, assault, and extortion. Our training focuses on these issues, de-escalation techniques, and tips on how to respond if you encounter these situations. Due to our staff's extensive training, knowledge, and skills, we can help you plan, recognize, and react.
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Therapy + Addiction Exams
Therapy + Addiction Polygraph Exams
Polygraph exams, also known as lie detector tests, can be used in addiction therapy to help establish trust, assess risk, and identify areas for treatment. When used in conjunction with therapy, polygraph exams can be a valuable tool for helping individuals to overcome addiction.
Therapy and addiction areas include:
Drug use & addiction
Alcohol use & addiction
Some of the ways that polygraph exams can be helpful in addiction therapy:
Establishing trust: Polygraph exams can help to establish trust between the therapist and the individual by providing objective evidence about whether the individual is telling the truth. This can help reduce the risk of deception and make it easier for the individual to communicate openly and honestly.
Assessing risk: Polygraph exams can be used to assess the risk of relapse. By identifying areas where the individual is struggling, the therapist can develop a treatment plan that is tailored to the individual's needs.
Identifying areas for treatment: Polygraph exams can be used to identify areas for treatment. By revealing areas where the individual is withholding information, the therapist can work with the individual to address the underlying issue.
By using polygraph exams in conjunction with therapy, individuals can make progress in their recovery and achieve long-term sobriety.
For more information about how polygraph exams can be used in addiction therapy, please contact Holt Polygraph & Lie Detection Tulsa at 918.995.0534.