Applied Suicide Intervention Skills

IN THIS WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS WILL BE BETTER PREPARED TO:

  • Reflect on how their attitudes and beliefs about suicide affect their intervention role.
  • Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner.
  • Build a collaborative approach to intervention focused on safe outcomes.
  • Review immediate suicide risk and develop appropriate safe-plans.
  • Demonstrate skills required to intervene with a person at risk of suicide.
  • Identify resources available to a person at risk of suicide.
  • Make a commitment to improving community resources.
  • Recognise that suicide prevention is broader than suicide first aid and includes life-promotion and self-care for caregivers.

To register for May/June 2017 email your details to training@asetts.org.au | Register Oct 2017

 


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