This program brings together concepts, themes and skills derived from the contemporary literature including the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE) approach, a risk assessment and formulation model that emphasises prevention over prediction, and safety planning.

Specific interviewing skills that promote engagement and best identify the suicidal intent of the individual are emphasised to inform a tailored collaborative safety plan.

The highly engaging program includes the opportunity for participants to examine local issues and current practice, as well as consider potential improvements.

Registration: 8.45am

Start: 9.00am

Finish: 4.30pm

When is this event?

4 May 2023 — All day

How long will this event run for?

This event will run for approximately 1 day.

How can I book?

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Mental Health Training and Development Unit (MHTDU)
(03) 8387 2720
Mental Health occupational therapist, Caitlin at CCU
Mental Health Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)

MHTDU offers workshops and programs to develop our workforce of mental health clinical staff.