Suicide Prevention &
High-Risk Notetaking

September 30, 2022

Online Live Webinar: Real-Time, Interactive Training

A Clinicians Guide to Suicide Assessment, Treatment, and Management

Morning Session:

Case Notes
and Documentation for High-Risk Situations

Afternoon Session:

MORNING SESSION DETAILS

Date: Friday, September 30, 2022

Time: Sign-In/Doors Open: 8:30am Eastern Time – Workshop: 8:45am-12:00pm ET

CE Credits: 3.0 Live Interactive Online CE Credits
Valid for: 

  • ASWB ACE Approved Provider Credits

  • Maryland Social Work Category I CE Credits (same as in-person)

  • DC Social Work CE Credits 

AFTERNOON SESSION DETAILS

Date: Friday, September 30, 2022

Time: Sign-In/Doors Open: 12:30pm Eastern Time – Workshop: 12:45pm-4:00pm ET

CE Credits: 3.0 Live Interactive Online CE Credits
Valid for: 

  • ASWB ACE Approved Provider Credits

  • Maryland Social Work Category I CE Credits (same as in-person)

  • DC Social Work CE Credits 

See below for credit details
PRICING AND REGISTRATION

Half Day - Morning or Afternoon Cost (includes 3.0 CE Credits):

$69 early registration through Sept 23

$79 after Sept 23, 2022

$59 per person Group Registration for groups of 3 or more (Click HERE to register a group)

 

Full Day - Cost (includes 6.0 CE  Credits):

$129 early registration through Sept 23

$149 after Sept 23, 2022

$115 per person Group Registration for groups of 3 or more (Click HERE to register a group)

Registration: Registration closes 1 hour prior to the training. Participants may register online (click Register Now below to visit the Group Registration Page for group of 3+) or by Mail.

Location: Online, Live, Real-Time & Interactive Webinar via Zoom – Category I CE Credits for Maryland Social Workers (same as in-person!)

Register for the morning, afternoon, or full day!

Tammi Ginsberg, LCPC 

Morning Session Presenter

A Clinician's Guide to Suicide Assessment, Treatment, and Management

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Tammi Ginsberg, LCPC is the president of the Maryland Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is on the AFSP National Loss and Healing Council and is on the board of the Devon C Rubenstein Foundation. In her private practice, she specializes in working with survivors of suicide loss as well as those who are struggling. Tammi lost her brother to suicide in 1988 and dealt with the fall out at a time when there were very few well trained professionals. In her role with AFSP, she conducts trainings on suicide prevention and awareness, hosts a Survivor Day in November, and advocates for comparable benefits for those with mental health issues.

Ashley McSwain, LMSW, MSOD

Afternoon Session Presenter

Case Notes and Documentation for High-Risk Situations

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Ashley McSwain is the Executive Director for Community Family Life Services, an organization serving women who are returning home following a period of incarceration, homeless and low income families and offers case management, release planning and navigation services. Ashley is also part-time faculty for Catholic University’s Graduate School of Social Work. Ashley is licensed to practice Social Work in
Maryland and the District of Columbia and holds a Master of Social Work from Temple University, a
Master of Organizational Development from American University and a bachelors in Criminal Justice
from Temple University. Ashley has worked in the human services field for over twenty-five years and
served six years as a probation officer in Philadelphia. Ashley is passionate and committed to
representing the voice of those who feel voiceless and those living on the margins of society.

A Clinicians Guide to Suicide Assessment, Treatment, and Management

Morning Session:

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

Suicide is a leading cause of death in the US and is the 2nd leading cause of death for individuals ages 10-34 (Hedegaard et al, 2021). Suicide and suicidal ideation have become very prevalent in our communities. It’s important to have practitioners who are well versed on how to work with those who are struggling. The training will begin by discussing how to recognize the signs of suicidality and describe how to ask the right questions. Multiple assessment tools will be discussed as well as proper administration. Issues relating to the complexity of the suicidal mind will be covered as well as suicide risk. Effective skills to work with struggling clients will be discussed in-depth including multiple treatment options and how to manage mental health when the client is no longer in crisis.

Course Level: Intermediate

Target Audience: Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, other mental health professionals
MORNING COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of the training attendees will be able to:

  • Recognize the signs of suicidality and describe how to ask the right questions

  • Recall multiple assessment tools and explain how to use them

  • Describe what to do if a client is actively suicidal or is having ideation

  • Explain the complexity of the suicidal mind and how to work with struggling clients effectively

  • Apply skills to help the client with problem solving and self-soothing techniques

  • Summarize how to follow up after a crisis

  • Recognize what to do if a client does take their own life

COURSE AGENDA
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Case Notes
and Documentation for High-Risk Situations

Afternoon Session:

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

Writing accurate case notes and documentation is vital for social workers and mental health professionals in nearly all practice settings. This necessary skill is even more crucial in high-risk situations. Case notes tell the story when the social worker is not in the room. It helps the clients communicate their history, circumstances and current needs. This course aims to help social workers, case managers, and other mental health professionals write appropriate case notes, write notes when working with high-risk clients, understand how your experience may influence what you write in a case note and provide you with the skills to include information that is most pertinent to the client and the client's goals and needs.

Course Level: Intermediate

Target Audience: Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Addictions Counselors, other mental health professionals
AFTERNOON COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of the training attendees will be able to:

  • Define “high risk client”, and gain skills to know when you are working with a high-risk client

  • Describe how to prioritize case notes when working with high-risk clients

  • Recognize how your values influence your case notes

  • Demonstrate how to write proper case notes to record your work with clients.  

  • Explain best practices and the do’s and don’ts of writing case notes
     

COURSE AGENDA
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CE CREDIT INFO

Maryland CEU Institute, #1816, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Maryland CEU Institute maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 05/04/2022 – 05/04/2023. Social workers completing each of the above courses receive 3.0 continuing education credits, or receive 6.0 credits for attending both sessions (full day).

STATE BOARDS ACCEPTING OUR ASWB ACE PROVIDER STATUS

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West Virginia Social Workers*

Wisconsin Social Workers

Wyoming Social Workers

  • New Jersey accepts only individual approved courses/conferences (see more information under Maryland Social Work Accreditation)

  • New York does not accept ASWB ACE provider or course/conference approval.

  • *West Virginia accepts ACE providers and courses for programs offered outside the state or through distance learning.

ADDITIONAL CE ACCREDITATION

3.0 Category I Maryland Social Work CE Credits

(for each of the above courses)

Maryland CEU Institute/Optimal Life Solutions, LLC is an approved sponsor of the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners (under the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene) for continuing education credits.

MD Social Work Credits are also accepted for: 
Maryland Licensed Professional Counselors
Maryland Licensed Psychologists
Maryland Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
Maryland Addictions Counselors

Maryland CEU Institute are also approved for credit through the DC Board of Social Work.

*New Jersey regulations state that credits are accepted for attendance at programs or courses approved by boards that license social work practice in other states: one credit for each hour of attendance. Additional information can be found here. Chapter 13:44G-6.4 C11

DISCLAIMER

PLEASE NOTE: Even when a social work board accepts courses offering ASWB ACE credit, licensees are responsible for determining whether courses meet the CE requirements in their jurisdictions. States and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether any individual course may be accepted for credit. We strongly suggest that licensees contact their individual licensing boards to review continuing education requirements for licensure renewal.

We do our best keep our information current, but state laws sometimes change without notice. Please remember it is your responsibility for interpreting your state’s laws, licensure requirements, course relevancy and all requirements for your state.

If you are aware of a change in your requirements that is not shown here, please send us an email at info@maryalndceu.com or complete our Contact Us form. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

Course Interaction & System Requirements: 

This live webinar is fully interactive. Attendees may ask and answer questions throughout the presentation and participate in instructor-led discussions.


Minimum System requirements:

  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)

  • A computer or device to watch AND listen to the training as well as type questions or responses into the Zoom chat function (view full list of compatible devices and supported operating systems

Strongly Recommended: 

  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth

  • A webcam or HD webcam – built-in, USB plug-in, or:

​View the FULL LIST of compatible operating systems and system requirements.

Course Completion Requirements:

To earn CE Credit attendees must fulfill the following:

  1. Login to the training (Zoom) on time and ensure that you first and last name are showing in Zoom (message staff if unsure or need help).

  2. Complete a separate Virtual Sign-In Sheet by training start time (link provided in Zoom).

  3. Attend training in full and participate.

  4. Complete separate Virtual Sign-Out Sheet/Evaluation at conclusion (link provided in Zoom with 15 minute timeframe to begin or complete eval).

 

If all of the above criteria are met your CE certificate will be emailed to you within 7 days of training completion. If above criteria are not yet you may have credits deducted or may be unable to receive any credits. See Terms of Service for full details.

Refund and Cancellations:
To request a refund or cancellation please submit the required information through our Contact page. Please visit our Terms of Service for full refund and cancellation policies.

Accommodations:
Please email info@marylandceu.com or submit a Contact form to request an accommodation at least 30 days prior to the training you wish to attend.

Complaints or Grievances: 
All complaints or concerns must be submitted in writing by:

Submitting a Contact Form
OR

Emailing concerns to info@marylandceu.com
 

An email will be sent to acknowledge receipt and complaints will be responded to within 30 days. For full MD CEU Institute Grievance policy information visit our Terms of Service page.