Webinars

August 2017

Craig Bryan Means Restriction Webinar Title Screen

This 90-minute webinar (60 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A), led by Craig Bryan, Psy.D., is sponsored in part by the Cohen Veterans Network. Means safety counseling, also referred to as means restriction counseling, entails assessing whether an individual at risk for suicide has access to a firearm or other lethal means for suicide, and working with the individual and their support system to limit their access to these means until suicide risk has declined.
 

Greg Brown Suicide Prevention Webinar Title Screen

This 90-minute webinar (60 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A), was led by Gregory K. Brown, Ph.D., is sponsored in part by the Cohen Veterans Network. Although suicide risk assessments have become an established standard of care, brief interventions to address suicide risk in acute care settings are a recent development in evidence-based treatment of suicidal patients. 

 

Sean Convoy Suicide Prevention Webinar Title Screen

This 90-minute webinar (60 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A), led by Sean Convoy, DNP, PMHNP-BC, was sponsored in part by the Cohen Veterans Network. This training will introduce strategies about how to assess, communicate with and engage at risk military Service members and Veterans who are potentially at risk for harm to self or others.

Veteran Suicide Data and VA Prevention Programs Webinar Title Screen

This 90-minute webinar (60 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A), was offered in part by Cohen Veterans Network and led by Meghan McCarthy, Ph.D., Deputy Director of Suicide Prevention for Department of Veteran Affairs. The presentation is entitled "Veteran Suicide Data and VA Prevention Programs," will provide an overview of VA’s integrated public health approach to Veteran suicide prevention.
 

Moral Injury Webinar Title Screen

In this 90-minute webinar (60 minutes instruction, 30 minutes Q&A), led by William Nash, M.D., participants will learn about how increasing attention has been drawn to the concept of moral injury, conceived to be a potentially lasting adverse health outcome that may result from exposure to events which strongly contradict deeply held expectations about right and wrong, duty and obligation.

August 2017 | Center for Deployment Psychology

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