This session looks at what we mean by risk in therapy how that might inform our work with clients at risk of suicide.
1 December 2020, 18.00 – 20.00 via Zoom: Tickets no longer on sale – do contact me if you would like to be put on the mailing list for the next time this session runs
The purpose of this session is to consider the context of working therapeutically and pluralistically with clients at risk of suicide. Specifically, the session will consider the following key areas:
- What is meant by ‘risk’ in the context of therapeutic work
- The importance of the working context with suicide risk, with specific consideration of health, education, schools and independent practice settings
- Policy, procedure of guidelines: what each has to offer to inform practice
- Risk and protective factors in working with suicide potential – help or hindrance
This seminar will feature a live presentation by Dr Andrew Reeves, drawing on research and practice. All attendees will be given access to downloadable slides following the event.