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Assessing, Intervening, and Managing Suicide Risk


​Ryan Lindsay, MSW, LCSW
Associate Professor of Practice & Assistant Dean for Social Work
Brown School

In this online lecture, Ryan Lindsay provides an overview of suicide risk assessment and safety planning.  The program includes theories to understand suicidal behavior and a discussion of how client demographics may impact suicide risk.

Approximate duration: 2 hours, 10 minutes


2 social work CEUs awarded, contingent on passing a 20 question multiple choice post-test (score of 70% or higher).

Note: this lecture was developed to address the Missouri licensure requirement for 2 CEUs in suicide assessment, management, and treatment per licensure period.

    *Following registration and credit card payment, you will be sent an email with links to view the lecture, print off handouts, and take the post-test. Complete viewing and the post-test at your convenience any time over the next 30 days.

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