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Safety Planning: The Stanley-Brown Model

with Dr. Kate Speck

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Virtual Location: Zoom
Target Audiences:
McKenna Schneider, (402) 472-4149,
for professionals in psychology, behavioral health, social work, schools, health/medical professionals, & parents/caregivers

Suicide is a significant public health issue and poses a considerable burden on behavioral health systems. Practitioners are in an ideal position to improve suicide prevention rates due to their links with hospitals, general practice, health care, and behavioral health systems. Safety planning in suicide prevention is an intervention that has been shown to be effective in further reducing the incidence of suicide by supporting positive planning with persons experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviors. This training will discuss the components of the Stanley-Brown Safety Planning model.

CONTINUING EDUCATION (Intermediate Instruction Level)
This training has been approved for 1.25 continuing education credits for psychologists* and Nebraska LMHP/LIMHP. Credits will be awarded to participants who attend the entire training.

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This event originated in Public Policy Center.