1-Day Focus on Family Involvement in Treatment for Suicide Risk

March 6

9:00 am

Whether working with youth or adults, we have all seen how family dynamics can either help or hinder suicidal feelings. Often, family members desperately want to help but not know how. This training will give you the tools you need to address common challenges faced by suicidal individuals and their family members. You'll leave with a better understanding of suicide risk, what family members can do, and tip sheets fr talking directly with individuals and their families.

 

Hosted by the Center for Family and Community Well-Being

Registration: https://louisville.edu/cfcwb/events/family-navigation-for-suicide-risk

Suicide Assessment and Management: An Overview for Clinicians Working with Individuals and Families

May 15

8:30 am

This workshop is designed to meet the requirements of KRS 210.36 for social workers, licensed professional counselors, licensed psychologists, and marriage and family therapists. Materials covered in this workshop are adopted from the Assessment and management of Suicidality (2006) by M. David Rudd, which is a resource guide for clinicians who wish to learn the skills needed to assess, manage, and treat clients at risk for suicidal behavior. 

Hosted by Northstar Counseling Center

Registration: http://northstarcounselingcenter.com/continuing-education-for-therapists

NAVIGATE: Helping Families Navigate Suicide Risk

June 11-13

9:00 am

Whether working with youth or adults, we have all seen how family dynamics can either help or hinder suicidal feelings. Often, family members desperately want to help but not know how. This training will give you the tools you need to address common challenges faced by suicidal individuals and their family members. You'll leave with a better understanding of suicide risk, what family members can do, and tip sheets fr talking directly with individuals and their families. This training takes place over 3 days and covers (a) the basics of suicide risk assessment, (b) overview of individual development and family factors that relate to suicide risk, and (c) concrete ways to adapt treatment to best support families experiencing a suicidal episode.

Hosted by the Center for Family and Community Well-Being

Registration: Coming Soon

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