Skip navigation

Office of the Registrar

Course Info

CPD-0223 – Suicide Assessment (CPD-0223_SUICIDE)

Suicide Assessment Course

Online, self-paced
Access to course content will begin on July 6, 2020.
Enrolled students will have until December 11, 2020, to complete course material.


Suicide is on the rise, meaning it's likely to be encountered in your professional work. Feel more confident and prepared to engage a client or patient around suicidal experience. Continued education in suicide assessment and prevention for professional helpers including counselors, therapists, social workers, and psychologists that includes an on-demand video course introduction to the ALERT suicide assessment protocol, role plays, ideas in response to suicide assessment challenges, and helpful templates and handouts for use in your professional practice.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Evaluate and explore the interaction between risk and protective factors when engaging a person at risk in a formal suicide assessment.
  • Identify engagement strategies for a person at risk in suicide assessment and safety planning to engage in symptom management.
  • Examine documentation and resource needs to support a person at risk.
This course offers 4 CE hours

Online, self-paced course

Cost: $127
Discounts (use code when registering):
DU Affiliates (alumni, faculty, staff): 10% off - code: CPDPS10
Students: 15% off - code: CPDPS15

Instructor:
Khara Croswaite Brindle, MA, LPC, ACS,
is passionate about giving people “aha” moments that create goosebumps and catalyze powerful action. Khara is honored to serve young adult professionals in her work in mental health and higher education with an emphasis on healing trauma and supporting personal growth. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Approved Clinical Supervisor, and owner of Croswaite Counseling, PLLC, a group private practice in Denver, Colorado. She enjoys inspiring innovation in shared communities through her CACS Suicide Risk App as well as being the Founder and Executive Director of Croswaite Collective, a Colorado non-profit cultivating community connections in suicide prevention to support meaningful change.

Online Course Format:
Students can expect to have access to course content in Canvas, University of Denver’s online learning platform, on July 6, 2020 or within one week of enrollment, whichever is later. Enrolled students will have until December 11, 2020 to complete course material. Enrollment for this course will close on November 27, 2020 to allow for adequate completion time.
Course Details
Location: University ParkMode of Study: OnlinePlaces Left: 29Waitlist Places Left: 15

Sessions

Session does not exist.