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CBT for Suicide Prevention

Learn CBT techniques to identify risk factors and plan efficient and effective treatment for clients with suicide-related ideation and/or behaviors.

Led by Daniella Cavenagh, PhD, this course will present an evidence-based framework for treating clients who are suicidal. You will learn how to conceptualize suicidal thinking and behavior in the context of the cognitive model, assess suicide risk, and apply CBT techniques specific to the treatment and prevention of suicide.

Workshop Times:

8:45am – 4:00pm

Workshop Location:

Beck Institute

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CE/CME:

6 credits

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All trainees receive a Certificate of Workshop Attendance verifying participation in this program.

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Workshop Curriculum

Suicide Prevention

  • Conceptualize suicidal thinking and behavior from a CBT perspective. Identify cognitive risk factors for suicidal behavior. Assess risk of suicidal behavior using a cognitive model. Use cognitive conceptualization to plan treatment. Utilize a cognitive-behavioral protocol for the treatment of suicidality. Apply specific CBT techniques used in the treatment of suicidality. Model a relapse prevention technique for the treatment of suicidality.

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