This workshop is intended to prepare health and human services professionals to offer thorough safety assessments related to suicidal thinking and behavior. The focus will be on increasing comfort, knowledge and skill level with both assessment and safety planning, gaining better understanding of the individual who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts, strategies for self care while caring for others who are struggling or suffering. Course will include experiential exercises as well as some lecture, roleplay, group discussion.
Check-in on begins Friday at 3:30 pm. Class starts promptly at 4:00 pm.
To take this course for non-credit / 1.3 CEU | 13 Clock Hours: Add this workshop to your shopping cart and complete registration and check out.
If you are a current WSU student and wish to take this course for undergraduate or graduate credit please choose one of the following below:
If you are a new or returning WSU student and wish to take this workshop for undergraduate credit, contact the WSU-Rochester Student and Campus Services staff at: 507.285.7100 to review your student record status.
If you are not currently admitted to WSU as a graduate student and wish to take this workshop for graduate credit, contact Brenda Canar in the Graduate Studies Office at 507.457.5038.