Live Webinars

NaBITA is offering a series of webinars throughout the fall. Taught by subject matter experts from the leading association for behavioral intervention teams, our live webinars provide a distance learning and interactive experience that is robust, highly engaging, and valuable to NaBITA members and the field. A recording of the training will be sent to each registrant upon completion.

Webinars included:

  1. Non-Clinical Suicide Assessment
  2. Addressing COVID Rage
  3. Hard Conversations II: The Election Edition
  4. Understanding the Incel for BIT, Threat Assessment, and Title IX
  5. Mastering the Art of Writing Threat Assessments
  6. State of the Field: Overview of NaBITA Survey Results

Pricing Information

Attend one or all with our flexible pricing options! Price includes the live webinar, a recording of the training, and all supplemental materials.

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$249/members
$349/non-members
To purchase: register for each webinar below!

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$999/members
$1,499/non-members
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Non-Clinical Suicide Assessment

Presented on Thursday, September 10th from 2pm-3:30pm ET
Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., Makenzie Schiemann, M.S., and David Denino, LPC, NCC

Description

Join Dr. Brian Van Brunt, Dave Denino, LPC, NCC, and Makenzie Schiemann, M.S. shared with you the creation of the Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide (NAS). As counselors work more and more in a non-clinical capacity (falling under FERPA), there is an increased need to have an approach to assessment that is easy to use, can be applied consistently, reduces bias and provides clear direction for next steps in an evidenced based way. This easy to use expert system highlights the process of how to consistently and objectively assess a student at-risk for suicide. Those who attended the training will receive instructions on how to administer the NAS and apply it in their daily practice. They received a detailed training guide, a copy of the scoring template, a flowchart overview and reviewed a sample case study.

Learning Objectives

Participants:

  • Explored the difference between a clinical, mental health suicide assessment and those conducted by non-clinical counselors
  • Identified risk factors for suicide and how to assess through an expert system
  • Improved ways to develop rapport and develop referrals and case management interventions following the assessment
  • Discussed the importance of having a consistent, evidenced-bases evaluation
  • Reviewed importance of documentation related to suicide assessments