This training is designed for clinicians, counselors and all other professionals interested in learning a comprehensive assessment model for suicide risk. The training course explores the basic components of a comprehensive risk assessment; identifies the seven categories of risk factors in suicide risk assessment; distinguishes among warning signs, proximal and distal risk factors; identifies the different definitions of suicidal behavior; learning to use protective and risk factors to assign risk level for clinical judgment and individualized profile development and match levels of suicide risk with levels of intervention.
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CEU Certificates will be provided at the conclusion of the workshop as long as you were pre-registered
As per the NYSED, participants must be present for the entire workshop in order to
*ALPHA does not provide refunds for missed trainings. Please contact Amanda Cioffi