This highly engaging 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 program includes the opportunity for participants to examine local issues and current practice as well as consider potential improvements.
About this event
Where is it held?
This workshop is located at The Centre for Theology and Ministry (CTM) at Parkville.
When is this event?
18 April 2024, 9.00am – 4.30pm
How long will this event run for?
This event will run for approximately 7 hours, 30 minutes.
How can I book?
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MHTDU offers workshops and programs to develop our workforce of mental health clinical staff.