San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“CAMS treatment group resolved suicidality more quickly and had less medical health care utilization than treatment as usual in six months after start of treatment.”
Jobes, D.A., Wong, S.A., Conrad, A., Drozd, J.F., & Neal-Walden, T. (2005) “The collaborative assessment and management of suicidality vs. treatment as usual: A retrospective study with suicidal outpatients.” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 35, 483-497.
CAMS has a 20-plus year evidence base, internationally recognized as a top-tier intervention with proven efficacy. Online training technology is provided through Empathos Resources.
Who Should Attend?
This suite of trainings is for clinicians who see clients at risk for suicide in an outpatient setting, over the course of weeks or months. CAMS has been used successfully by psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, nurses, marriage and family therapists, case managers, and specialized clinicians such as those working in substance use and chemical dependency.
What is Included with this Training?
1. The 3 Hour Online Training:
Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality is delivered asynchronously. The course can be accessed anytime to fit your schedule, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (You do not have to finish all at once). Your progress is bookmarked and you can return at any time.)
Details regarding the online training will be shared once registered.
2. The 1 Day In-Person Training:
Taking place December 6, 2016 from 8:30 – 5:00
Breakfast and Sign-in begins at 8:00
at the The Essex, Vermont’s Culinary Resort
Breakfast and materials will be provided.
Lodging at the resort is not included with registration and is the sole responsibiltiy of the attendee.
To make reservations at the resort at a discount rate please contact the Essex directly at 877-684-1123.
3. Post-training Technical Assistance
Telephone group consultation calls will be scheduled to begin January 2017.
$479.00 for all three training components
CEUs are available for the in-person training through the Vermont Alcohol & Drug Addiction Certification Board, the Vermont Board of Allied Mental Health Professionals and NASW-VT. CEUs are NOT provided for the online session.
Please Note: it is highly recommended that clinicians also complete CALM – Counseling on Access to Lethal Means, this is a free 2 hour online training.
To access this training please visit:
Sponsored by VT Department of Mental Health
and provided through the
Center for Health & Learning.
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