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June 3, 2024
Resources From May’s Behavioral Health Training

During the “Myth-Busting Youth Suicide: Applications to Crisis-Focused Intervention” webinar, attendees learned scientific theories of suicidal ideation and behavior and their applications to suicide prevention efforts in youth. The course also discussed common pitfalls of predicting suicide risk and gaps in scientific knowledge, CBT- and DBT-based strategies and crisis-focused interventions targeting suicidality. Helpful tools and resources from the presentation are provided below:

Referenced Literature:

  • Rethinking Suicide: Why Prevention Fails, and How We Can Do Better by Craig J. Bryan (2021)
  • Managing Suicidal Risk: A Collaborative Approach by David A. Jobes (2016)
  • Youth Suicide Prevention and Intervention: Best Practices and Policy Implications by John P. Ackerman & Lisa M. Horowitz (2022)

Training Resources:

The next course is Friday, July 12, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on “Disordered Eating v Eating Disorders” (worth 3 CEUs). Register for the July offering and be sure to check out the full Partner’s for Kids Behavioral Health Community Education Series Course calendar for more trainings.

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