With Shawn Shea, MD. Workshop hosted by AISRAP & Grow NZ
About the Workshop
Suicide remains one of the most pressing of all mental health problems. Join one of the great innovators in the field of suicide prevention and author of the classic text, The Practical Art of Suicide Assessment as he describes some of the newest approaches to preventing suicide.
From understanding matrix treatment planning as a means of preventing suicide, to learning the ins and outs of using the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE Approach) from its creator, participants will enjoy the compelling videos and challenging ideas of one of the most popular speakers in mental health today.
Dr. Shea will be presenting one of his full day training’s which appears on the Zero Suicide website’s training options list. This full-day workshop consisting of 4 segments, will provide front-line clinicians with the state of the art skills necessary to tackle some of the most difficult clinical situations facing experienced clinicians regarding suicide assessment and prevention, treatment planning, and building resiliency.
- The Art of Matrix Treatment Planning and the Quest for Happiness: Suicide Prevention in a New Light
- New Ideas on Effectively Using Risk and Protective Factors in the Clinical Formulation of Risk
- Innovative Interviewing Techniques for Uncovering Suicidal Ideation and the Taboo Topics that Create It
- The Delicate Art of Eliciting Suicidal Ideation: The Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events
All interviewing techniques will be clearly demonstrated through the use of videotape examples from actual client interviews.
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- Be able to apply the principles of matrix treatment planning to enhance resiliency in both the client and the clinician including principles such as healing matrix effects, damaging matrix effects, and the red herring principle.
- Use the current state of the art regarding; risk, protective factors, and warning signs to better formulate suicide risk.
- Recognise and be able to utilise seven interviewing techniques for uncovering sensitive and taboo material; normalisation, shame attenuation, the behavioural incident, gentle assumption, denial of the specific, the catch-all question, and symptom amplification.
- Flexibly apply the CASE Approach to uncover hidden suicidal ideation, actions, and intent as well as uncovering a dangerous patient’s hidden method of choice for suicide.
Brisbane – Monday, 20 August 2018
Griffith University, Building L08 Room 1.52, Logan Campus, 68 University Dr, Meadowbrook QLD 4131, Australia
Workshops run 9.00am 4.00pm (registrations from 8.30am)
- Standard: $395.00pp
- Second and subsequent delegates from the same organisation discount – $350.00pp
- Full-time Students $295.00pp (student identification will be requested)
Australian registrations will be Invoiced.
This workshop also has events in New Zealand. For more information, click here.
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Upon completion of your registration, you will receive an automated confirmation email. If you have any issues or questions about your booking, please contact Faye Johnson on +.64 6 878 3456 or email: email@example.com
About Dr. Shea
Shawn Shea is an internationally acclaimed innovator in the fields of suicide prevention, clinical interviewing, and enhancing the therapeutic alliance having given over 850 presentations worldwide.
Dr. Shea is the author of seven books and numerous journal articles with his book, The Practical Art of Suicide Assessment, being viewed as one of the classic texts in the field of suicidology.
His most recent book, Psychiatric Interviewing: The Art of Understanding, 3rd Edition was selected by the British Medical Association as the 2017 Book of the Year in Psychiatry.
With nearly 40 years of clinical experience, including being the former Director of the Diagnostic and Evaluation Centre (the psychiatric emergency room for Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA), he frequently presents at international Suicidology events, and he is also in private practice.
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“Invaluable information, presented by a speaker who was tremendously engaging, personal, and dynamic.” – Dr Nick Miraidi, Ph.D. Psychologist
“One of the most effectively taught continuing education programs I’ve attended in twelve years. Practical interviewing and supervision techniques taught with a refreshing sense of humour and humanity.” – Susan Rice, L.I.C.S.W.
“The best single training session I’ve attended in thirty years of being a teacher and psychologist.” – James Lewis, Ed.D.
“Very helpful, practical. I feel this will be applicable immediately and will be profoundly useful.” – Dr Paul Maguire, Psychiatric Resident
“A refreshing approach to presenting clinically relevant material. I especially appreciated the sense of compassion displayed and the holistic perspective modelled.” – Patricia Quinlan, School Social Worker
***Please Note: Due to patient confidentiality and proprietary property rights, please refrain from the recording of this presentation on any device whether it be a cell phone, tablet, laptop, or camera. Thank-you for your cooperation.