Suicide Assessment Tools, Safety Planning and Intervention
PIONEER ROOM | 6th Floor
1.0 CEUs approved by NASW
Session B
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (MDT)

Participants will learn and recognize suicide warning signs, how to intervene with current and proven strategies, how to identify evidence-based assessment tools and how to use safety planning with suicidal clients. Participants will receive a comprehensive approach to suicide risk assessment, intervention and safety planning. Participants will leave the training with tools they can start using immediately in their respected practices.

You will learn how to:

  1. Conduct a suicide assessment and implement clinical techniques to support clients’ ability to self-regulate, problem solve and communicate their needs
  2. Develop and monitor realistic safety plans that clients will utilize
  3. Create accurate and comprehensive documentation of clinical crises to protect all parties involved and minimize liability risks
Brett Hampton

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