CBT for Military and Veteran Suicide Prevention
This workshop is offered at a reduced cost thanks to our Soldier Suicide Prevention Scholarship, which provides training scholarships for mental health professionals treating active-duty and/or veteran military members and their families.
Active duty military service members, veterans and their families pose unique challenges in treatment. This workshop focuses on the evidence-based methods of cognitive behavior therapy to help clients with suicide-related ideation and/or behaviors.
Led by Marjan G. Holloway, PhD, this experiential workshop will teach you how to use the cognitive model to conceptualize military-related clients. You’ll learn the three phases of a research -based cognitive behavior outpatient protocol to prevent suicide, including the collaborative creation of a step-by-step safety plan.
This workshop is designed for civilian mental health providers who routinely work with military service members, families, and/or veterans in community settings, as well as mental health providers who work within military treatment facilities and/or VA hospital settings.
8:45am – 4:00pm
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All trainees receive a Letter of Workshop Attendance verifying participation in this program.
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Public Health Problem of Suicide for Military Personnel, Veterans, and Familie Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Suicide Prevention Cognitive Therapy for Suicide Prevention (CT-SP) Early Phases Rationale for the Suicide Narrative Case Review and Conceptualization
Cognitive Therapy for Suicide Prevention (CT-S) Middle Phases Suicide Automatic Thoughts Cognitive, emotional, and behavioral skill building Q&A Session with Dr. Aaron T. Beck
Cognitive Therapy for Suicide Prevention (CT-SP) Final Phase Relapse Prevention, Termination, and Booseter Sessions Suicide Risk Management–Introduction to Safety Planning Post Admission Cognitive Therapy (PACT) Professional Burnout-Therapist Maladaptive Cognition and Recommendations for Self-Care
This course is appropriate for those with a beginner to intermediate level of knowledge in a mental health or medical field.
A doctorate or master’s degree (or equivalent degree for practitioners outside the US) in a mental health, medical, or related field is required. Participation in our Essentials of CBT online course or CBT for Depression workshop are recommended, but not required.
There are two hotels within walking distance of the Beck Institute with special rates available. The Hilton City Avenue is directly across the street, and the Courtyard Philadelphia City Avenue (formerly the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia West) is about a ten-minute walk from Beck Institute. The Courtyard also offers a shuttle to Beck Institute trainees that will take you to and from our office each morning and afternoon.
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