Monday, December 21, 2015

suicide to Hope: A Recovery and Growth Workshop

Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 OR Thursday, February 4, 2016
Time: 8:30 am— 4:30 pm. (Please arrive early to complete registration process.) 
Location: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office—Highlands Ranch Substation 9250 Zotos Drive, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 
Cost: $150.00 lunch provided by Cedar Springs Hospital 
6 CEUs available 

suicide to Hope: A Recovery and Growth Workshop is a one-day workshop primarily designed for clinicians and other professional caregivers who work with persons recently at risk of and currently safe from suicide. It provides tools to help these caregivers and persons with experiences of suicide work together to develop achievable and significant recovery and growth goals.

Registration:
To register and for more information, please contact: Casey Metzler 970-471-2352 or metzlercasey@gmail.com

Who should attend:
Clinicians and other professional caregivers who provide therapeutic services.

Why recovery and growth? 
Recovery and growth approaches have demonstrated significant positive impacts in mental health, substance abuse, and trauma but have not been developed for use with those recovering from suicide. 

Overall Mission:
To strengthen hope by increasing the ability of helpers to hear, understand and work with the wants and needs of persons recovering from and growing through suicide.

Learning Goal: To encourage and enable participants to apply a recovery and growth oriented approach to working with persons previously at risk and currently safe from suicide.

Participant Objectives:

As a result of participation in this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how suicide experiences provide an opportunity for recovery and growth work;
  • Recognize how their helping qualities might impact recovery and growth work; 
  • Understand a schematic of common issues and related recovery and growth opportunities; 
  • Apply a model for setting recovery and growth goals; and, a framework for monitoring and coordinating recovery and growth work. 

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