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ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Training (2 Part Series)

 

Registration deadline: September 7th

15 CEUs

Angela Tate, MEd, LPC
Vice President of Operations, Behavioral Health Response

Adrianne Martin, LCSW
Clinical Manager, Behavioral Health Response

ASIST is a two-day workshop that teaches participants to carry out life-saving interventions for people at risk of suicide or suicidal behavior. In this workshop, participants will identify their attitudes about suicide and learn how to approach the topic with those at risk without judgment. 

Participants will learn the stages of a suicide intervention and engage in simulations and role plays that will apply the knowledge learned in the workshop.

Class size is limited to 30.

This class will include both practicing professionals and graduate students taking the class for academic credit.

Note: This class satisfies the new Missouri requirement that licensed clinical social workers receive continuing education in suicide assessment, referral, treatment and management during each licensure period.

$300 General Admission

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