Identifying and Assessing Suicide Risk in Adults
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Expiration Date: December 31, 2016
Many mental health professionals have concerns about the possibility of a client completing suicide over the course of treatment. This course examines different methods for assessing suicide danger in adult clients including the protocols and models set forth by Jacobs Rudd Joiner and Shea. Varied approaches to intervention are discussed as are the findings of studies on the range of clinicians' reactions to client suicides. Clinical decision making concerns and examples of documentation are presented.
California Nursing Home Administrators - NHAP approved for 3 hours through July 19, 2017.
West Virginia – This course fulfills your requirement for 2-hours related to mental health conditions common to veterans.
- Define suicide and suicide-related behaviors.
- Discuss various risk factors to assess for when working with adult clients who are suicidal.
- Identify the common elements concepts and skills of intervening with adult clients who are suicidal.
- Explain the process for clinical decision making and documentation with adult clients who are suicidal.
Glenn Stone, PhD, MSW, is a professor and chairperson of the social work department at Ball State University Muncie IN. He previously taught in social work programs at the School of Social Work University of Windsor Ontario Canada East Carolina University in Greenville NC Miami University in Oxford OH and Indiana University in Bloomington IN. Dr. Stone was Principal Investigator for the North Carolina Child Welfare Education Collaborative Grant (2007-2008) and the Indiana Fatherhood Initiative Contract (1999-2001.) He is the author of several articles on the topic of divorce adjustment and coauthor of a book on nonresidential fathers entitled Fathering at Risk: Helping Nonresidential Fathers. Dr. Stone has also been involved in a training project in Hong Kong to increase the knowledge an skills of social workers dealing with families undergoing divorce. He has 15 years of direct social work practice working with clients experiencing suicidal behaviors.
- Contact hours will be awarded for up to one (1) year from the date the course is ordered.
- You must score 75% or higher on the final exam and complete the course evaluation to pass this course and receive a certificate of completion.
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