Suicide: DBT® Protocol for Assessing and Managing Risk 13-14 July 2017 NOTTINGHAM
Suicide: DBT® Protocol for Assessing and Managing Risk 13-14 July 2017 NOTTINGHAMEvent Location
Thursday 13 July, 2017Ending on:
Friday 14 July, 2017
With suicide among the top ten causes of death nationwide, the responsibility for careful assessment can be a source of extraordinary stress to clinicians. Recent studies on suicidal individuals indicate the DBT® protocol for assessing and managing suicidal behaviours is a critical component in effective treatment. This training teaches how to recognise risk of suicide, use specific strategies for management of high risk situations and care for clinicians’ own distress and well-being while working collaboratively with clients to build a life worth living.
The training is not specific to DBT, but a background in behaviour therapy is recommended.
This workshop will be of interest to clinicians who:
- Want to begin treatment planning for suicidal clients.
- Need to assess long-term and acute suicide risk.
- Have no previous knowledge of DBT but would like to know more about using DBT targeting protocols to provide treatment for suicidal clients.
- Need to develop an understanding of treating the therapist following a client suicide
Dr Janet Feigenbaum is a chartered consultant clinical psychologist for North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT) and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at University College London. She is clinical and strategic lead for personality disorder services for NELFT and clinical lead for the IMPART (Intensive Management of Personality disorders: Assessment and Recovery Team). In September 2012 IMPART was selected as one of three IAPT SMI demonstration sites for the treatment of people with a personality disorder. In addition she has recently been appointed to the role of Strategic and Clinical Lead for Evidence Based Practice in Psychological Therapies in NELFT.
Amy Gaglia is a Cognitive Therapist in the London Borough of Hackney working for the NHS East London Foundation Trust. She completed her MSW in New York in 2003 where she trained in DBT at New York Hospital. She has established a DBT team in Hackney, and is working as a DBT adherence rater on a multi centred RCT that employees an adaption of DBT, Radical Openness-DBT, for people with treatment
Price: £375 pp (plus VAT)
***Register by 14 May and save £25 pp on the full price***
Group rate: £325 pp – Groups consist of 4 or more delegates booking at the same time
**Registration Deadline 30 June 2017**