Attention Tompkins County mental health professionals! If you missed the 2021 Suicide Prevention Summit on July 24-25, there’s an easy way to catch up with all ten 1-hour sessions presented by some of the field’s leading experts.
Here’s how: Register retroactively for the Summit at https://www.mentalhealthacademy.net/suicideprevention. Upon registration, you will receive an email with instructions to access on-demand video recordings and PDFs of all the presentations. Note: the portal will be available until the end of September 2021. See details of the Summit below.
2021 Suicide Prevention Summit
“Innovation in Men’s Mental Health: Using Humor, Media and Digital Engagement to Promote Mental Health and Prevent Suicide for High Risk Men,” by Sally Spencer-Thomas, Psy.D.
“A Strengths-based Approach to Suicide Assessment and Treatment,” by Prof. John Sommers-Flanagan, Ph.D.
“Managing Hopelessness, Helplessness and Despair with our Younger Clients,” by Bonnie Goldstein, Ph.D.
“Planning for Safety and Post-traumatic Growth,” by DeQuincy Lezine, Ph.D.
“Perception is Everything: Stigma, Mental Health, & Suicide in Historically Marginalized Communities,” by Victor Armstrong
“Rethinking Suicide: Implications for Military Personnel and Veterans,” by Prof. Craig Bryan, Psy.D.
“Contemporary Clinical Suicide Prevention,” by Prof. David A. Jobes, Ph.D.
“Creating a Suicide-safe Culture with Zero Suicide,” by Wykisha McKinney
“Addressing Youth Depression and Suicidal Ideation in a Post- Pandemic World,” by Prof. Cirecie West-Olatunji
“Psychosocial Interventions for Suicidal Youth and their Families,” by A/Prof. Jonathan Singer, Ph.D.