This registered best practice interactive course is for professionals responsible for the care and safety of consumers at elevated risk for suicidal behaviors in all settings and across the age span. The course includes competency-based training in assessment, treatment, and management and meets the requirements of emerging state laws for training in this area of practice. Please contact the institute for student discounts.
CE Credits: 8 - Meets requirements for Washington State Law.
This 3-hour NREPP-listed certificate training program is designed to meet emerging state laws governing the licensing and practice of Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and other allied health professionals. The course targets risk detection and identification to enhance patient safety, and teaches a best practice suicide screening tool and referral methodology. The course may be approved for continuing education.
CE Credits: 3 - 6 Meets requirements for Washington State law.
This two-certificate, CE-approved training program targets patient safety, teaches a suicide screening tool, a best practice rapid assessment protocol, and updates emerging practice standards. Course includes Level I QPR training and our Level II best practice suicide risk assessment protocol. Not a train-the-trainer program.
CE Credits: 7 - Meets requirements for Washington State Law
QPR Suicide Triage training is for those on the "front lines" of suicide prevention: crisis line staff, volunteers, case managers, psych techs, youth counselors, and others who need to know how to interview potentially suicidal persons, determine immediate risk of suicide, and help reduce that risk through the implementation of a safety plan and referral process. Includes basic QPR training.
CE Credits: 8-10 hours required. Meets requirements for Washington State law. 8 CEs awarded.
For School Health Professionals who identify, screen, and refer at-risk youth for further assessment and care. Includes basic QPR training. This course is not a suicide risk assessment training program but meets Washington State legal requirements for training in this area of practice. If you are tasked with conducting a suicide risk assessment we recommend the QPR Suicide Triage course, or the QPRT Suicide Risk Assessment and Risk Management training program.
CE Credits: 3.5 - Meets requirements for Washington State law
This 6+ hour zero suicide training program is designed by veterans for veterans, and for those who know, love, and counsel them. Its single purpose is to prevent suicide among veterans, soldiers in our National Guard or military reserves, and active military warriors. Learn what you can do to prevent a veteran suicide.
EMS/Firefighter professionals are first on scene for thousands of mental health and suicide attempt medical crisis every day. With input from members of the Colorado EMS Association and the Redlands, California Fire Department, this certificate course addresses the knowledge and skills first responders need to deal effectively with suicidal people, family members of the deceased by suicide, and to look after the health and safety of their colleagues.
As a sports coach, you are in one of the best possible positions to identify athletes who may be at risk for suicide. This training program has been customized specifically for sports coaches and others who work with athletes. This training is appropriate for team managers, skills coaches, strength and conditioning personnel, physiotherapists, sports psychologists, nutritionists and all others who are involved is supporting good mental health among athletes.
Work with suicidal clients? This book-based, interactive online zero suicide training course is designed for clinicians who need practical, evidence-based, best practice interventions for helping the suicidal patients they treat. The course includes dozens of counseling techniques for reducing suicide risk now and into the future.
This course is not-yet approved to meet emerging state laws for required training in suicide prevention.
Course qualifies for required ethics training. Every clinician rightly fears being sued for malpractice. Practice in an ethical fashion and learn to do a few things right, and you will never be sued for suicide malpractice. This engaging, three mini-lecture series (40 minutes, and two 20 minute lectures), interactive course is taught by a psychologist and a lawyer. Four (4) hours of continuing education credit.
Use the book Suicide the Forever Decision to help someone you may be worried about. Maybe they won't ask for professional help, or maybe it is not available, accessible, or affordable. You can still do something. This course provides a guide on how to help. When someone is considering suicide, it is always better to do something than nothing. If you are licensed mental health professional, this book can be used as a supplement to your therapy, and thousands of clinicians have found it helpful
The world has moved online, and so have suicidal people. People in crisis are reaching into cyberspace for help. You can be there for them. With more text messages sent than phone calls made, and online counseling shown to be safe and effective, learn how to become an Online Counseling and Suicide Intervention Specialist. 40 hours of continuing education credit.
Spiritual leader are defined as key gatekeepers in the U.S. National Strategy for Suicide Prevention and by suicide prevention leadership around the world. Learn what you need to know to prevent suicide among those you know, love, and serve. This registered best practice training program has been peer reviewed by clergy from several faiths.
Correctional professionals have a high degree of contact with those at elevated risk of suicide, especially mentally ill offenders, those arrested for the first time, and those facing sentencing whether in jail or on probation. This interactive, multimedia, two-certificate course teaches both students and working professionals how to mitigate the risk of suicide attempts and completions both in and out of correctional facilities. Includes basic QPR training.
The world has moved online, and so have suicidal people. You can be there for them. With more text messages sent than phone calls made, and online counseling shown to be safe and effective, learn how to detect, assess and immediately intervene to reduce the risk of a suicide attempt or completion. Two certificates are earned in this training program. Includes basic QPR Training and how to use the intervention in a text-only interactions.
Law enforcement professionals are key gatekeepers in the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. Learn how to protect your co-workers, friends, family, and community. Several law enforcement professionals provided peer review and input to this training, and video examples of interventions were filmed in several law enforcement organizations. This course is approved by some stater law enforcement training academies. Includes basic QPR training.
This training program is for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Assistants. As an NREPP-listed best practice educational program, it meets requirements of emerging state licensing laws. This self-paced training is modularized into many brief learning sections, each of which can be completed in a few minutes from any mobile device. The course targets identification, screening, immediate risk mitigation interventions, and referral of potentially at-risk persons.
CE Credits: 3 hours. Meets requirements for Washington State law.
One in five of those die by suicide saw their PCP within 24 hours of their death. "Last medical contact" before suicide is even higher among the elderly, with almost 50% of suicide victims having seen their doctor within the past week. Learn to routinely screen for suicide risk and how to conduct a brief best practice assessment. Course includes Level 1 QPR gatekeeper training. Learner may spend up to 6 hours in course depending on personal selection. CME must be qualified by a third party.
CE Credits: Determined by 3rd party - Intended to meet requirements for Washington State law
First Episode Psychosis (FEP) is associated with increased risk of suicidal behaviors in youth. Sponsored by the Washington State Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery, and led by child psychiatrist Dr. Jon McClellan, this 2-hour zero suicide training program is designed to help people identify and intervene with youth who may be experiencing the onset of a serious and possibly life-threatening mental illness.
Many agencies and organizations now require screening for suicide risk. Learn how to use an evidence-based, registered best practice screening tool designed and adapted for both youth and adults. This screening protocol can be used in any setting, including schools, dental, medical clinics, hospitals, mental health centers, correctional facilities, or others.