Research provides options for how clients may be taught to protect themselves when presented with a threat. A video provides the opportunity to portray realistic encounters but is not a first-person experience and learning is not verified in-vivo. In-situ assessments and training are a more rigorous approach but can cause distress to client. Neither approach provides a guarantee the client will use the response if it is ever needed.
If you had a client today who indicated a need for this training, which approach would you take?