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Suicide: Statistics, Assessment, Prevention & Interventions and Special Population Considerations is a Course

Suicide: Statistics, Assessment, Prevention & Interventions and Special Population Considerations

Time limit: 180 days
6.0 credits

$155 Enroll

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Course Description

Suicide: Statistics, Assessment, Prevention & Interventions and Special Population Considerations discusses the issue of suicide from a global perspective, address risk factors unique to particular populations, and outline considerations for clinicians in the assessment and treatment of the suicidal client.

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be better able to recognize and understand various types of spousal/partner abuse, implement intervention strategies and utilize current assessment skills.

Textbook

There are no required texts for this course.

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CALPCC Licensure

CALPCC courses:

  • Fulfill LPCC Additional Coursework requirements
  • Are work at your own pace with no start or end dates. Anyone can register at any time.
  • Awards continuing education hours upon successful completion

Our online courses do not qualify for NBCC credit

 

Course Instructor

Tamar Kenworthy, PsyD

Tamar Kenworthy, PsyD

Tamar Kenworthy, PsyD, is an Associate Professor in the Clinical PsyD Program at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) of Alliant International University. Dr. Kenworthy teaches courses in assessment measures, report writing, as well as forensic specialty courses. She is the Forensic Emphasis coordinator on the Fresno campus and a licensed psychologist practicing in the forensic field for over fifteen years. Dr. Kenworthy brings her knowledge and experience of working with offender populations, court testimony, and report writing for the courts to the classroom. She has primary research interests in assessment measure utility in forensic settings and correctional officer stress. She also conducts trainings and professional lectures on various topics such as malingering, suicide risk assessment and prevention, and clinical supervision.

Full course description

Course Date:

Open Enrollment

Timeline:

Self-paced

Course Type:

Asynchronous Web Lectures