Suicide Assessment for Clinicians (C-SSRS) Training NASW 2.5.16
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This is a six hour training designed to prepare a new or seasoned therapist to understand the risk of suicide in a variety of populations, how to approach and complete an effective suicide risk assessment and recommended elements of response and management for a suicidal client.

2/5/2016
When: FRI 2/5/16
From 9:00am Until 4:00pm
Where: Ramada Inn
490 Pleasant St
Lewiston, Maine  04240
United States
Presenter: Greg Marley, LCSW Clinical Director, NAMI Maine
Contact: Matthew Bray
1-800-464-5767 Ext. 2318


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This is a six hour training designed to prepare a new or seasoned therapist to understand the risk of suicide in a variety of populations, how to approach and complete an effective suicide risk assessment and recommended elements of response and management for a suicidal client.  The focus is on assessment skills across the lifespan, for those working in clinical roles.  The Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) will be used as a recommended tool for assessment.  

 

There is an additional registration required for this training found HERE - Cost for Members is $95 and $125 for Non-Members which includes coffee breaks.  A buffet lunch is available for an additional $4.99 which can be purchased at the Ramada

 

The training is facilitated by Greg Marley, LCSW: 

Greg is the Clinical Director of NAMI Maine, and the Training Director of the Maine Suicide Prevention Program.   He oversees the suicide prevention program for NAMI and provides clinical input for other programming. Greg has practiced in the field of community mental health and prevention in Maine for over 25 years.  Since 2007, Greg has developed and presented training and education supporting the needs of a diverse set of partners in suicide prevention.  He comes to this work from a background in crisis and emergency services, substance abuse prevention, and program management.   Greg lives in Rockland with his family and spends considerable time messing about with wild and medicinal mushrooms as an author, teacher and forager.