Suicide Prevention: New Interventions That Work
Suicide Prevention: New Interventions That Work is organized by Professional Psych Seminars (PPS).
Published: Feb 2018
• 6.0 Credits
Now is the perfect time to update your skills in suicide assessment and intervention. This course highlights new evidence-based practices which are proven to be more effective at reducing suicide, including zero suicide approaches, developing suicide safety plans, and means reduction skills. You will learn how to adapt your skills to assess and intervene with higher risk populations including veteran, elderly, LGBTQ and teen clients. This very practical course will increase your confidence and competence in preventing suicide. This class meets the new mandated requirement for Suicide Prevention training for California psychologists, LMFTs, LCSWs, LEPs and LPCCs per Assembly Bills AB 89 and AB 1436.
• Describe 3 ways in which understanding the nature of crisis increases the effectiveness of suicide intervention.
• Differentiate 5 outdated beliefs from current evidence-based knowledge regarding the prevention of suicide.
• List 3 critical factors to consider when providing suicide risk assessment and intervention with veterans.
• Describe the 6 steps of a suicide safety plan.
Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
- Credits : 6
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