Suicide: Identification, Intervention and Prevention Skills Every Clinician Needs
September 10, 2021
Speaker: Rita Schulte
Rita is a licensed professional counselor, radio host, author, and suicide loss survivor, Rita lost her beloved husband to suicide in 2013 and approaches post-traumatic growth from the unique position of a counselor with lived experience.
Training fees: ABIP Members $100 BBS CEU's - $30
BBS CEU's available for licensed participants for additional fee of $30. Please make out a separate check to: RTI (Relationship Training Institute) and include your license number on your check.
Facilitator CEU's included in training fee
BBS CEU's available for an additional fee of $30 for licensed personnel.
Facilitator CEU's included in cost.
If paying with PayPal please complete registration form, if writing check please print out registration form and mail in.
Objectives for training:
Assess clients for drivers of suicidal ideation.
Specify what steps clinicians should take in cases of imminent suicidality.
Characterize how stigma can feed shame, guilt and suicidal ideation.
Communicate how clinicians can build emotional regulation and problem-solving skills in suicidal clients.
Establish how strategies from Narrative Therapy can help clients manage negative past experiences that can contribute to suicidal thoughts.
Articulate how exercises that help clients manage anger and tolerate uncertainty can add stability to the lives of clients with suicidal thoughts.
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