Intended Learning Outcomes
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
Apply at least 10 of the basic SFBT tools and techniques to their work with the suicidal
Acknowledge their existing knowledge and skill base when working with suicidal SUs and be keen to enhance that effectiveness.
Have a good grasp of the basic concepts of the SF approach to the SU who expressed suicidal ideas.
Be confident enough to apply to good effect, at least 4 of the specialised SF techniques, in their work with the suicidal SU
Feel more comfortable in their dealings generally with SUs who want to talk about suicide or self-harm as an option for dealing with their difficulties
Know when, from a risk assessment perspective, to discuss the case and/or receive supervision from appropriate professional colleagues and/or managers
Appreciate the value and importance of hope and optimism within themselves, even when dealing with the most tragic of human circumstances confronting them
For: Counselors, psychologists, therapists, psychiatrists, social workers, agency workers, private practitioners, teachers, school administrators, HR practitioners, life coaches, and anyone working with at-risk populations.
Course can be used for self-directed learning towards renewal of professional license.
Workshop Details, Fee & Inclusions
THIS IS A TWO-DAY WORKSHOP.
Date: March 9 to 10
Time: 9am to 5pm
Fee: 11,000 (VAT inclusive)
Lunch & training materials provided.
EARLY BIRD RATE: 10,000 Php (Valid until Feb 9, 2018)
GROUP DISCOUNT for 4 participants and above: 9,000
Grief and Loss
Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation
School & Career Issues
Thoughts of Suicide