This is a workshop for those who may know the principles of suicide assessment (including risk factors, warning signs and protective factors), but are yet to apply them in therapeutic settings or would like more practice following completion of the Foundations to Suicide Risk Assessment program. Clinicians who are looking to consolidate their knowledge of suicide assessment through role-play practice.
This workshop provides the interpersonal skills necessary to assess suicidality in most circumstances, undertake Suicide Safety Planning, Means Restriction counselling and more. This is an excellent companion workshop to our Foundations to Suicide Risk Assessment.
There is a strict maximum registration numbers of 14 participants for this workshop, to ensure effective practice and feedback opportunities. Given the critical importance of role-play practice in this workshop, all participants should be prepared to engage deeply in the interactive components.