This course will give an overview of what risk factors to look for and how to determine what questions to ask.
The instructors will focus on early identification of risk factors, assessment, and referral. Consideration will be given to culturally appropriate assessment, evidence-based interventions, and the importance of referrals to the larger CARE/BIT process and on-campus counseling resources. The Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide tool will offer participants a consistent, evidence-based process to ensure the assessment of risk matches the interventions.
We will address how to build rapport, conduct an intake, documentation, how to make a referral, and the importance of follow-up. Consideration will be given to working as part of a larger mental health system and challenges faced with limited resources, distance, and non-compliance.
What does the Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide (NAS) do?
The NAS offers non-clinically trained staff a list of questions to ask an individual to help gauge their overall risk level of suicide and makes recommendations for interventions.
Who can use the Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide (NAS)?
There is no substitute for a clinically trained/licensed counselor, however, the NAS assists non-licensed staff members to conduct preliminary assessments of suicide risk.
Participants will learn:
- Common suicide risk factors; environmental stressors (catalyst events, loss)
- The impact of bullying and teasing behaviors as they relate to risk
- Practical application/group work through the use of case studies and examples
- To address online threat over social media and during distance classes
- How to apply the Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide (NAS) to aid in structuring the assessment of risk
Who should attend?
- BIT/CARE team members
- Title IX coordinators and investigators
- Case Managers
- Dean of Students
- Front office staff
- Registrar staff
- Financial Aid staff
- Academic Department Heads
- Academic support services/tutors
- Career services
- Disability and ADA/504 staff
- Nurses and Doctors
- Residential Life staff
- Orientation leaders
- Coaching staff
- Law enforcement, SRO
Live, Interactive Online Training
- $699 Member
- $799 Non-Member
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*You must attend all dates in your session to receive credit for attendance.
- May 27
10:00am - 5:00pm ET
To obtain Certification from NABITA, you will need to attend the whole event. It is our expectation that you are present for the entire duration of your training course.
Please allow 14 business days following the completion of the course and then log-into or create an account with our Continuing Certification Credit (CCC) system. Please follow the instructions on the webpage to obtain your certification. Our CCC program allows those certified by NABITA to track, maintain, and extend their professional development through our programs.