The Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (in Athens)

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Baker Center at Ohio University

CAMS is an evidenced-based treatment framework used to assess suicidality and specifically treat suicide risk. CAMS 3-part training provides mental health professionals (and other relevant professionals) with essential knowledge in using the CAMS framework to collaborate with patients in the treatment of their suicidal drivers.

Registration open Now:

$30.00 covers CEUs, lunch, and registration.

Pay via credit card, check, or P.O. Number.

OSPF provides CAMS to behavioral health professionals working with youth (10-24) free of training cost through a SAMHSA GLS Grant.

What Does CAMS Training Include?

CAMS’ 3-part training includes:

1) A 3-4 hour, self-paced online course: This course features a series of videos which provide an overview of the CAMS model. Completion of the online course is required prior to in-person, role-play workshop.

2) An in-person, 1 day workshop: An experienced CAMS consultant will train participants in using the CAMS framework through role-play where participants take turns acting as both counselors and patients.

3) Group consultation calls: Following the workshop, group phone calls will be held for 8 weeks, providing opportunity to discuss successes and challenges as participants implement the CAMS model.