Friday, 11. September 2020, Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare, Understanding Suicidality and Cultural Influences: A Co-Occurring Treatment Approach

from 11. September 2020 - 9:30 till 12:45

Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare

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Title: Understanding Suicidality and Cultural Influences: A Co-Occurring Treatment Approach 
 
Course Description: 
This workshop will focus on key cultural variables that impact ******* to include; age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, and social isolation perspectives. An overview of a best practice treatment model and necessary resources that is needed  will be examined to remedy this serious national problem. 
 
Learning Objectives: 
1. Participants will describe 3 to 4 causes of *******. 
2. Participants will recite at least one of the following cultural variables from an age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, and social isolation perspective that contribute to suicidal thoughts and behavior.
3. Participants will explain 2 to 3 characteristics of common signs and symptoms of high risk specialty groups and families that are most impacted by *******.
4. Participants will discuss at least two techniques from a best practice treatment model that they would use in treating clients with suicidal thoughts and behaviors.
 
Bio:
Dr. Lucy Roberts-Cannon is the CEO of LEJ Behavioral Health Services, LLC, a training and consulting company in Metropolitan Atlanta. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Georgia and Alabama. She has the following certifications; Co-Occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomate (CCDP-D), Internationally Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Diplomate (ICCDPD), and Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist (MATS). Dr. Roberts-Cannon has been a clinician, supervisor, director, and consultant of mental health and co-occurring disorders programs in inpatient and outpatient healthcare organizations and psychiatric hospitals in various states in the United States. She is also a national trainer on various mental health and co-occurring disorders topics. She is a trainer and facilitator for the Department of the Navy Reserve and Yellow Ribbon Programs. She is an Adjunct Professor at Clark Atlanta University School of Social Work. She serves on various healthcare organizations boards of directors and advisory boards in Metropolitan Atlanta. She is very committed to the treatment of individuals with mental health and co-occurring disorders disabilities and the continuing education of professionals in the whole health field.
 
Continuing Education Credit: 

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 Application is pending by LPCA-GA for 3 continuing education hours
 Application is pending by GSCSW for 3 continuing education hours
 
Refund Policy:
Requests must be in writing. Refunds will be given on requests postmarked or faxed no later than 7 business days prior to the seminar. No refunds will be issued for "late arrivals" and "no shows". Address: October Road, Inc, Erin Evans, Administrative Assistant/Seminar Coordinator, 119 Tunnel Road Suite B, Asheville, NC. 28805-1800. Fax: (828) 350-1300. Requests may also be emailed to eevans@pyramidhc.com.

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