National Suicidology Training Center
   
 
Upcoming Trainings at the NSTC
Understanding and Supporting Youth At-risk for Suicide and Bereaved by Suicide:
Presented by LaFrontera Arizona EMPACT Suicide Prevention Center and NSTC
What ALL Schools Need to Know about Suicide Prevention and Postvention
Monday, October 28, 2019 OR Wednesday, October 30, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

In this one-day intensive training, participants will:
  • Identify the steps in developing a comprehensive suicide prevention and postvention program for youth within a school or community setting.
  • Expand their knowledge about evidence-based curriculum that can be used to educate youth, school staff, and parents about the warning signs of suicide, and how to identify youth who may be at-risk.
  • Learn key components of school-based postvention, utilizing an elearning module designed to help school communities move forward after a suicide.
Training Facilitators are Sandra T. McNally, MA, LISAC and Renée Ouellet, MSW
Cost: $285 (includes breakfast/lunch/snacks/all materials)

Download the printable flyer.

NOTE: This event has been approved by the Office of Behavioral Health, Department of Health, State of Louisiana for 7.5 contact hours of General Social Work Continuing Education. The Office of Behavioral Health is an authorized approval organization of the LA Board of Social Work Examiners. The views expressed by the presenter(s) do not represent the opinions or policies of the Office of Behavioral Health.

Register at https://nstcyouthsuicide.eventbrite.com/ .
Psychological Autopsy Certification Training
Presented in partnership with American Association of Suicidology (AAS)
December 3, 2019
Certification Training Course:
One-day, face-to-face training program in the psychological autopsy leading to certification as a Certified Psychological Autopsy Investigator.

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
  • Discuss the history and purposes of the psychological autopsy as a postmortem investigatory tool.
  • Identify the procedures used in the conduct of a psychological autopsy investigation.
  • Utilize the psychological autopsy interview protocol and associated procedures to conduct a psychological autopsy interview.
  • Analyze psychological autopsy reports to understand how and why an individual died in the manner they did.
  • Formulate suicidal risk level on sample cases.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER. Registration deadline is November 15.
 
 
NSTC is a program of the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center (BRCIC). Additional support provided by The American Association of Suicidology, Louisiana State University School of Social Work, and Tragedy Assistance Programs for Survivors.
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