Suicide Risk Assessments and Prevention in Clients with Anxiety-Related Disorders
3.0 CREDIT HOURS
Anxiety disorders are common conditions that impact millions of people worldwide. While having an anxiety disorder can be extremely debilitating to an individual on its own, it also is associated with a heightened likelihood of experiencing thoughts of suicide and engaging in self-destructive behaviors. Clinicians must be prepared to properly assess for and manage risk of suicide ideation and behavior in clients presenting with anxiety disorders.
In this engaging workshop, we will delve into enhancing your expertise in suicide risk assessment within the context of anxiety-related disorders. You'll explore cutting-edge, evidence-based suicide prevention approaches tailored to individuals grappling with anxiety-related disorders. Additionally, we'll address the ethical complexities often encountered in the field of suicide prevention and equip you with valuable strategies to safeguard against clinician burnout when working with high-risk individuals.
Dr. Lily Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist and Director of the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her predoctoral internship at Brown University, her graduate training at the University of California, Los Angeles and her undergraduate training at Drexel University. She has over 90 peer-reviewed scientific publications and has received funding from the Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation to support her research. Dr. Brown’s research focuses on the intersection of anxiety and suicide risk.
Sept 20, 2024: 12:45-4pm ET | Suicide Prevention in Anxiety | 3 Cred Hrs
Date Fri, September 20, 2024 - Afternoon Session
Time: 12:45pm-4:00pm Eastern Time
Delivery Format: Live Online Interactive Training on Zoom
Target Audience: Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, other mental health professionals