Virtual Quince Orchard Psychology hosts Suicide Risk Assessment and Safety Plan Training for Clinicians with Kimberly O’Brien PhD, LICSW and Anne Moss Rogers.
Quince is APA-approved as a continuing education provider. This means that licensed Psychologists and Therapists can receive CE’s nationwide, not just in Maryland. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners cannot receive CEs.
Practitioners in Maryland need to meet specific Maryland Psychologist requirements for 3 CEs in the Ethics & Risk Management category. In Maryland, Social Workers can earn CE’s that meet Category II for their requirements, not category I. Check with their local licensure boards for CE determination beforehand.
Youth Suicide Risk Assessment and Safety Planning Workshop for Clinicians
Clinicians can decrease a patient’s suicide risk by knowing what to look for, how to do a suicide risk assessment, a suicide safety plan, and how to get parents more involved. In addition, this training will cover tips on how to get young people to communicate their pain so they get the support they need.
This workshop will give clinicians the confidence to support those struggling with thoughts of suicide from a leading practitioner, Dr. Kim O’Brien who was part of the team who developed an evidence-based safety plan for youth, and for parents because they need a road map on what to do and how to support a child who is struggling.
Anne Moss Rogers, who is a mental health speaker and suicide prevention trainer educates through her personal story of losing a son to depression, addiction, and suicide and what she wishes she knew before, how she healed from a devastating loss, and what practitioners could do more effectively to get the family engaged with supporting a child in crisis and how to prevent a child from getting to crisis.
- How to recognize the cryptic ways people cry for help
- Protective factors and risk factors
- Life events that can increase suicide risk
- Nuts and Bolts of assessments and safety planning
- How to respond, what to say/do (includes talking points)
- How to manage caregiver grief
- Targets for Treatment
- Resources and tools included and shared