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Working With Suicidal Clients: Part 1

Working With Suicidal Clients: Part 1

Working With Suicidal Clients: Part 1

Ms Debbie Mann LCSW
Ms Debbie Mann LCSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

$35.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00

$35.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00

$ 35.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00
$ 35.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00
Normal Price: $35.00 $35.00

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Launch date: 02 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 16 Nov 2020

Reference: 187088

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Victoria Daggan (31 Aug 2020)
was helpful in understanding the baseline of working with suicidal clients. Was very informative.
Jennifer Figliolino (24 Aug 2020)
Good overview
Lorelle Holway (19 Aug 2020)
Such an important topic that many people in the field are uncomfortable with.

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Description

This workshop is the first part of a two part series. The first part looks at the risk factors, protective factors, and safety planning for suicidal individuals. Participants will gain an understanding of how to effectively assess suicidal risk and help ensure safety for individuals who may be considering suicide as an option.

Part 2, which is optional, will focus on working with children and adolescents and issues concerning suicide.

Objectives

Risk Factors
Participants will understand the specifics of the numerous risk factors for suicide
Understanding Lethality
Participants will understand the differences in lethality of different mechanisms.
Protective Factors
Participants will consider protective factors in regular interactions with clients.
Safety Planning
Participants will gain an understanding of basic safety planning with suicidal clients.
Ms Debbie Mann LCSW

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Ms Debbie Mann LCSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

Debbie is a graduate of New York University and has a wide array of professional experiences. Her knowledge and experience in providing psychotherapy has been with adults, adolescents, and children.

In addition to psychotherapy, Debbie also has many years of experience providing trauma debriefing during times of critical incidents and serving as an expert witness for children. Debbie also consults with those looking to start programs or organization and writes and delivers trainings, workshops, and presentations. She is also a trainer/workshop presenter for Turn The Page LLC and consults on a national basis to share her expertise. Debbie also enjoys teaching at Montclair State University and provides Continuing Education workshops through Rutgers University.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - State Board of Social Work Examiners
  • 2.00 Units -
    Reference: Clinical
  • New York State Education Department Office of the Professions: Social Work
  • 2.00 Units -
    Reference: Clinical, Self-study
  • Rutgers University School of Social Work
  • 2.00 Units -
    Reference: Clinical

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User Reviews (23)

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Victoria Daggan (31 Aug 2020)
was helpful in understanding the baseline of working with suicidal clients. Was very informative.
Jennifer Figliolino (24 Aug 2020)
Good overview
Lorelle Holway (19 Aug 2020)
Such an important topic that many people in the field are uncomfortable with.
lesley ellerbusch (8 Jun 2020)
Very comprehensive and helpful for all clinicians working with clients.
Mrs Judith Shafer LCSW (7 Jun 2020)
A well put together training for a very important topic. Thanks
Mary Birmingham (9 May 2020)
Thoughtful and comprehensive presentation
Monesha Greer (25 Apr 2020)
I enjoyed Debbie's training presentation. The material was presented well and the presentation was not drawn out. The statistics included were great for my own knowledge. I will definitely take part 2 of the series.
Ms brooke gottheimer LCSW (24 Apr 2020)
course was presented well with a lot of information. case scenarios were also helpful and informative to allow us to think and use our own skills.
Megan Garcia (23 Apr 2020)
Great Job thank you. Very informative & loved that she mentioned her own experience with it.
Sandy Manning (10 Apr 2020)
Well presented and thorough. Very helpful.
Maureen Papke (10 Apr 2020)
Very informative. I learned a great deal of helpful information.
Nuria Lynch (2 Oct 2019)
This was so useful. I love how it was broken up into manageable slides
Miss Victoria Cranmer MSW, LSW (7 May 2019)
I enjoyed how thorough this course was.
Jenise Banks (30 Aug 2018)
Very useful and detailed information. Also used great case example and examples from practice
kerry Tracey (29 Aug 2018)
The course is awesome. However, I think it's not necessary in the learner's best interest to have a three question exam in which you have to answer all three questions correctly in order to pass the exam.
Ms Ana Chaguaceda csw (26 Aug 2018)
This was an excellent course. she was clear on point; a no frill speaker.
Krista Deckhut (14 Aug 2018)
This presentation was extremely detailed, thorough, and informative. The presenter was excellent!!!
laurie boehm (27 Jul 2018)
This was very informative. Presenter was excellent. Very good examples.
Deborah New (4 Jul 2018)
the safety planning discussion was very helpful
Ms Donna Hall-Lee MA, CSW, CSWM (12 Jun 2018)
Very informative; I really enjoyed the lecture and found teh content useful.
Ms Jacqueline Rivera LSW, MSW (5 Jun 2018)
Helpful and pertinent information.
Ms Suzanne Feuer (13 Apr 2018)
The course was comprehensive and excellent.
Mrs Katherine Metzger (15 Mar 2018)
This presentation was well thought out and organized!

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