Suicide Assessment, Intervention & Treatment
How do you determine if someone is suicidal and what can you do to help? In this training, you’ll learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide and assess the safety challenges of suicide and suicidal behavior. We’ll explore approaches to suicide management that anyone can use to more effectively communicate with individuals in crisis. Meets state requirements for social workers, mental health professionals, nurses, marriage and family therapists, naturopaths, osteopathic health professionals, physicians, physicians assistants, and psychologists.
Suicide Assessment, Screening & Referral
This condensed version of the popular 6-hour training focuses on recognizing warning signs, suicide safety assessment, and safety planning. You'll also receive information about how to access and find appropriate resources to help keep individuals safe. Meets state requirements for certified counselors, chemical dependency professionals, chiropractors, occupational therapists and assistants, and physical therapists and assistants.
Networks for Life Youth Suicide Prevention
Free for Washingtonians with support from Cambia Health Solutions
Networks for Life is a youth suicide intervention training for adults. You learn how to communicate with youth & their families about suicide & share available resources.
ASIST | Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
ASIST is a two-day, skills-based training in suicide first aid. Like CPR, training in suicide intervention develops skills that reduce the immediate risk of death until other resources can be mobilized. ASIST provides practical training for caregivers of all kinds including: first responders, mental health professionals, teachers, social workers, community volunteers, or anyone concerned about family or friends. For more information, please download our ASIST flyer in PDF.
Cost includes a non-refundable materials fee of $40. Two-day attendance mandatory for certificate.
NAMI Seattle is excited to partner with King County Mental Health to oﬀer scholarships of up to $500 for eligible King County residents wishing to attend qualifying mental health classes, conferences, or seminars!