CPD Event title: Assessment and Treatment of Suicidality : A Psychological Approach
Brief Description Of Event: This workshop overviews current psychological theory, research and clinical approaches to managing suicidality in particular the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS). The “Assessment and Treatment of Suicidality“ workshop is fully accredited by the British Psychological Society and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy . This one – day workshop introduces the psychology of suicide, and then proceeds to overview,
demonstrate, and allow practice of the CAMS model.
Learning Objectives: By the end of the workshop, participants will: • Be familiar with psychological theories of suicide and suicidal behaviour (i.e. Prof Thomas Joiner, Prof Edwin Schneidman, Prof Israel Orbachand Prof David Jobes) • Be able to identify suicidal risk early in the clinical engagement and use the Suicide Status Form (SSF) to collaboratively assess suicidal risk • Develop SSF – based suicide specific outpatient treatment plans that emphasize the development of a stabilization plan and the identification of suicidal ‘drivers’ as a focus of treatment • Clinically track, assess and treat drivers with problem – focused interventions • Be able to prepare a stabilisation or crisis response plan • Handle and document a range of clinical outcomes using CAMS
Course Structure: 0950 Registration
1000 Session One
1130 Session Two
1330 Session Three
1500 Session Four
1600 Feedback and Finish
Date of event: 5th March 2018
Duration of Event: 1 days
Venue for event: British Psychological Society London
Name of trainer: Dr Eoin Galavan
Tel bookings: 023 80 487592
Email bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maximum number of participants: 70
Cost of Course: £144
Cost for NCH members: £129.60
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Additional information/requirements: Dr.Eoin Galavan hasprovided extensive training in the use of the CAMS model, is Clinical Lead on the North DublinAssessmentand Treatment of Suicide service providing treatment based on the CAMS model to dozens of suicidal patients. He is SeniorSupervising PsychologistandClinical Tutoron theD.Clin.Psych. training program in Trinity CollegeDublin. He is also a trained DBT therapist andteam leader on the North Dublin ‘Evolve’ DBT program. He is also a Senior Clinical Psychologist in the HSE working in both community based and acute Adult MentalHealthclinical environments.He is a CAMS-care consultant with CAMS Care Ltd , actingas theCAMS representativein Ireland,and is licensed toresearchthe CAMS model.TheNorth Dublin Suicide Assessment andTreatmentservice is providing data from its CAMS patientsto a major international study being led by Professor David Jobes,CUA.