As a field, Suicidology offers a variety of trainings in assessing and treating individual risk for suicide. However, these trainings fail to integrate a family component. During assessment, family members can provide collateral information that allows a clinician to develop a richer picture of suicide risk. It is also important to assess how much family members contribute to suicide risk or present barriers both to receiving treatment and to treatment being effective.
Family Navigation for Suicide Risk will cover a variety of topics needed for professionals to become Certified Family Navigators for Suicide Risk. Over 3 days, attendees will (a) learn how to conduct a suicide risk assessment and determine the appropriate level of response, (b) specific family factors affecting both youth and adult suicide risk, (c) how to consider a family component even when working with only the suicidal individual, (d) how to help families understand how they can best support their suicidal loved one.
18 CEUS Approved by Kentucky Board of Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapy.
Full 3 Days: $245
Day 1 only: $87.50 (First day meets KRS 210.366 requirements)
Full 3 Days: $150
Day 1 only: $50
Manuals will be mailed to address given on registration for those registered by December 1st.
If you questions, please send email to Sam Cooper email@example.com
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, poverty, injustice, and disparities in health and mental health. The Center offers a unique hub for the translation of research into practice and partnership into synergy.
For more information, please contact:
Becky F. Antle, MSSW, Ph.D.
Professor and University Scholar