8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
OSPF in collaboration with the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Clinton & Warren Counties invite you to this 1-day workshop designed to train behavioral health professionals (and other relevant professionals) in how to recognize and assess suicide risk, plan for client safety, and manage the ongoing care of at-risk youth and young adults ages 10-24. Josephine Ridley, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist & Program Manager of a partial hospitalization program at the Louis Strokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, will educate on the effective prevention of client suicide.
AMSR is a 1 day training designed for all behavioral health professionals working with youth (10-24) to learn how to recognize, assess, and treat suicidality in patients.
AMSR provides professionals with a deeper understanding of suicide ideation and its treatment by training participants in how to approach work with suicidal patients, how to understand suicide, how to get important information from patients regarding suicide, how to form accurate judgement on client well-being, and how to safely plan and respond to suicide related-behaviors.
Additional information available here: http://www.sprc.org/training-events/amsr