Suicide Prevention and Clinical Management for Diverse Clientele
with Joyce Chu, PhD
Though almost all mental health professionals encounter suicide risk within their practices, formal training on suicide prevention and clinical management is sparse. The first portion of the current presentation will provide instruction and a forum for clinical discussion and case practice on the current gold standard practice for suicide prevention and management. The second portion of this workshop addresses the management of suicide in diverse populations common in California. This training will provide a foundational understanding of how suicide differs across cultural groups and will cover advances in the culturally competent assessment and management of suicide. Attendees will learn state-of- science theoretical measurement and applied research as practical approaches to assist clinicians in accounting for cultural influences in suicide risk among diverse populations. The aim is to provide guidance to advance culturally competent suicide research and practice.
Workshop Learning Objectives:
1. be able to identify the six key steps of assessing and managing suicide risk.
2. know how to inquire about suicide risk, incorporating current level of risk and standard suicide risk and protective factors.
3. know important clinical and legal documentation considerations involved in the suicide risk management.
4. understand the latest research on cultural differences in suicide and culturally competent assessment and prevention of suicide among ethnic minority and LGBTQ.
5. be able to identify predominant barriers to training and practice in culturally competent suicide assessment and practice.
Fees for workshop:
3 or more ….$115 ea.
Fee includes presentation, materials, beverages, muffins, and lunch.
For further information about the workshop and the instructor, or to register online, please visit our web site: http://fsa-cc.org/continuing-education/