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Friday, April 21, 2023
9:00 AM-3:30 PM EST
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Laura M. Frey, Ph.D., LMFT
Dr. Laura M. Frey is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and an Assistant Professor in the Couple and Family Therapy Program in the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. She has extensive clinical experience providing suicide risk assessments and crisis intervention with individuals and their families, including working as an intake and assessment counselor at an inpatient psychiatric hospital. She studies the intersection of family processes and mental health. She has received funding from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to research family dynamics after an adolescent attempts suicide.
This workshop will cover six common challenges faced by practitioners working with individuals and their families related to suicide risk assessment, management, and treatment. The content will cover screening and referral regarding how to recognize risk and help families start the conversation about suicide; suicide management regarding how to navigate disclosure decisions, improve family communication about suicide risk, and process previous interactions to improve future family responses to risk; and suicide treatment regarding individual and family safety planning and how to help family members respond to a loved one's chronic ideation.
After this training, attendees will be able to
List ways for families to talk about suicide before a crisis occurs
Instruct family members in helpful ways to respond after a loved one attempts suicide
Guide suicidal individual to understand various reasons why they might feel or say they are suicidal
Understand factors that predict fatigue in family caregivers
Registration for this workshop is for webinar access during the scheduled time. You will be able to log in and participate in workshop in real time.
CEU : Hours - 6
**Meets KBSW Suicide Prevention Training Requirements
**15% off for Kent staff, faculty, students, alumni, and practicum supervisors
Kentucky Board of Social Work
Kentucky Board of Licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists
Webinar via Zoom
The Center for Family and Community Well-Being (CFCWB) advances the well-being of vulnerable populations through the development and dissemination of evidence based practices, technology driven innovations, and research to address complex social problems such as violence and trauma, racism, poverty, injustice, and disparities in health and mental health. The Center seeks to accomplish this mission through three primary domains of activity: 1) Research and Program Evaluation; 2) Training and Professional Development; and 3) Product Development. The Center offers a unique hub for the translation of research into practice and partnership into synergy.
For more information, visit louisville.edu/cfcwb