This program is presented by the AFSP South Carolina Chapter. Additional sponsors include the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program and The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy for South Carolina.
Details and Registration at www.afsp.org/bereavementtraining
The American Association of Suicidology, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and John R. Jordan, Ph.D., have together developed a one-day workshop that provides a focused overview of suicide's impact on those left behind and the clinical and support responses these suicide loss survivors need to begin the healing process. The workshop is intended for clinical professionals seeking to bolster their knowledge, understanding, and empathic regard for people who have experienced suicide loss.
Continuing Education (CE) credits are provided through the American Association of Suicidology. 6.5 hours of CE credits are available to participating providers.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Offer a working definition of a suicide survivor
- Identify at least five common themes in impact of suicide on survivors
- List tasks of psychological re-integration after suicide Describe several options for intervention with survivors
- Describe three categories of clinical techniques with survivors
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
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