Youth ******* Prevention and Intervention 2019: New Tools, New Strategies, The Kauffman Foundation Conference Center, Wednesday, 16. January 2019

                               Kansas City ******* Awareness and Prevention Program
                                            Announces a New Enhanced ******* Care Workshop
Youth ******* Prevention and Intervention 2019: New Tools, New Strategies
                                            Bill Geis, Ph.D. and Monica Lang Reintjes, ABD, LPC
For Experienced Psychotherapists, School Counselors, Prevention Specialists, and Youth Workers—this Program is Consistent with the New Missouri Requirement for ******* Prevention Training.
           (Note: A Companion Prevention and Intervention Workshop for Adults will be Offered in March 2019)
                                              January 16, 2018             10:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
                                               The Kauffman Foundation – Town Center
                                                             ($69.00 Lunch Provided)
Program: Bill Geis, Ph.D., medical school professor, researcher, lecturer and workshop leader, has provided enhanced ******* care training to over 7000 clinicians and prevention specialists in the past five years. He is also the developer of the Lethal ******* Risk Pattern system, based on 1100 complex-care patients. Monica Lang Reintjes, ABD, LPC has been involved in multiple school-based ******* prevention projects. In this workshop, they will offer a new training to enhance youth ******* prevention and specific clinical interventions, supplemented with outcome measures, clinical inventories and video examples. Participants will be provided with tools for new methods of ******* prevention and care.
I. Prevention: Colossal Problems in ******* Prevention--We are Failing Badly (Less Surveillance, More Help-Seeking; Striking Differences in ******* Ideation, Attempts and *******; Our Research on School Differences (Help-Seeking, Barriers, Help-Pathways); and the Levels of School-Based Prevention).
II: Assessment: ******* Risk Assessment and ******* Risk Formulation (The Inadequacy of Screening Exclusively through Thoughts; “Dynamic” Risk Factors—Narrative, Triggers, People, Negative Thoughts, Capability, Overarousal and Genes; Genes, Medicine and Gene Testing; Multiple Case Examples). This module will fully detail the Brief Dynamic ******* Assessment tool.
III. Ethics: A New Standard of Care (“The Reasonably Careful Practitioner”; Information Sources, Risk Formulation; Treatment Planning, Documentation and Monitoring).
IV. Clinical: ******* Management (Safety Plans, Safe Homes, Follow-Ups, Crisis Skills and Brief CBT, all captured in Brief ******* Intervention tool).
V. Clinical: Use of the Suicidal Narrative to Plan and Intervene with Cognitive Therapy (Teasing Out Negative Thoughts; Transitional Stories; Enhancing Perspective; and Changing the Story Based on Patient Vulnerabilities), along with Trauma-Informed Interventions for ******* Care.

Youth ******* Prevention and Intervention 2019: New Tools, New Strategies

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