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Management of suicidality requires more than a simple delineation of factors that contribute to increased or decreased risk. This presentation will discuss a client-centered, collaborative approach for working with suicidal clients, specifically those who have had an assessment, and do not need to be referred to a higher level of care. Clinical strategies will focus on increasing the clients’ skills in problem-solving increasing coping ability, as well as the Safety Planning Intervention (SPI).

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When: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM EDT
Where: Online
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Post Assessment Strategies for Working with Suicidal Clients

Kristin L. Bruns, Ph.D., LPCC
Assistant Professor and Student Affairs/College Counseling Coordinator, Youngstown State University

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
2:00-3:00 PM EDT

Management of suicidality requires more than a simple delineation of factors that contribute to increased or decreased risk. This presentation will discuss a client-centered, collaborative approach for working with suicidal clients, specifically those who have had an assessment, and do not need to be referred to a higher level of care. Clinical strategies will focus on increasing the clients’ skills in problem-solving increasing coping ability. Further, this presentation will provide a detailed approach to utilizing the Safety Planning Intervention (SPI).

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify ways for clinicians to integrate a client-centered, collaborative approach to working with suicidal clients.

2. Describe evidence based clinical strategies for working with suicidal clients.
3. Describe best practices for safety planning with suicidal clients.

Kristin L. Bruns, Ph.D., LPCC, is an Assistant Professor and Student Affairs/College Counseling Coordinator in the counseling program at Youngstown State University. She has over 10 years of experience in various clinical settings. She currently serves as the Eastern Ohio Counseling Association Past President. She is a Past President of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (South Dakota Chapter).  She has received awards recognizing her service to the counseling profession, role as a practitioner, and teaching. Her research focuses on the impact of protective factors on suicide risk, suicide training in the counselor education curriculum, and termination of the counseling relationship.

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