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Tony L. Sheppard – Suicide and Self-Harm in Our Youth
- Non-Suicidal Self Injuries (NSI). and Suicide
- Motivating factors and neuropsychology
- NSSI and trauma
- Suicide and Suicidal Ideation is a symptom or a disease.
- Is youth suicide contagious?
- The Means and means restriction
- Relationship between NSSI and suicide
- Effective Treatment begins with Assessment
- Trust – Clinical implications of research regarding confidentiality of minors with mental illness concerns
- Differential diagnosis
- Clinical screening and Formal assessment tools for NSSI
- Recency and Frequency
- Who’s aware
- Suicide risk assessment
- PATH WARM
- Idea, plan, intention
- Risk level
- Use the Stages Of Change/Motivational Interviewing Model in Treatment
- Assess your readiness
- Gauge interventions
- Motivational techniques to engage teens and adolescents in They are treated
- Maintain and Continue recovery
- Case example
- Therapeutic Interventions Based on Interpersonal Neurobiology (CBT) and DBT
- Develop distraction strategies
- Learn coping skills
- Improve your self-Value and Self-Acceptance
- Enhance relationships and Skills in relational relationships
- Trauma (Big T): and Little T)
- Develop problem solving skills
- Adjunctive therapies and their role
- NSSI Replacement Behaviors
- Other harm behavior alternatives
- Simulation strategies
- Be cautious
- Case example
- Employ a Multi-Systemic Treatment Approach
- Work with parents
- Educate and Consult
- No one understands me – Validation in The family context
- Control is the issue
- NSSI to be curtailed by a contract and Monitoring Suicidal Ideation
- The school’s role
- Who should know how much?
- Parents reporting
- Construction “Trusted Adult” Support networks
- Peers play a crucial role
- The effects of Veteran suicide on family dynamics and connectedness
- Work with parents
- Social Media, NSSI and Suicide: The Harm and The Help
- Cyberbullying – Online bullying’s impact
- Video sharing and social media and Self-injury
- Support and Connect through social media and apps and Other technologies
- Five tips to assess online resources
- Online tools that you can use
Please Note: PESI has no affiliation with Marsha Linehan, PhD., ABPP.
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- Recognize the signs and symptoms of suicide risk and You can effectively measure a range of risk factors
- Motivate and Positively engage in suicidal behavior and self-Youth harm in They are treated
- Interventions to build your clients’ coping skills and Improve their interpersonal effectiveness
- Effectively communicate with your school and peers and Family – Employ a multi-A systemic approach to treatment
- Online tools to facilitate social connections and Develop a sense belonging in Clients
Young people are dying. All by themselves and afraid.
Hanging, overdoses or slashed wrists. Young, horrible, and unnecessary deaths. Human tolls are staggering. The suffering is terrible. Promising futures erased. Heart-Broken parents long to be with their children. Teenagers in desperate need of support feel isolated and Unloved in They often hide their inner strength behind a mask. You are afraid of hospitalization and Stigma: If they are open to sharing their feelings, they will be treated as lonely and frightening battle.
They are working with you. You are the one trying to prevent them from doing this. The one who’s supposed to help this kid get better. Is there something I’m missing? Are there things I could be doing better? How can I reduce my liability?
It is hard to bear the burden of keeping someone alive. It can be difficult to take on the responsibility of preventing suicide. There’s nowhere to hide from the responsibility and Fear or guilt can lead to anxiety and fear.
But fear won’t steer you away. You won’t let them face it alone.
You should be ready to give these children guidance and hope.
Dr. Tony Sheppard A licensed psychologist and Certified group psychotherapist, who trained hundreds of educators and clinicians. and Medical professionals in Self-treatment-Harmonisation and suicidal ideation. After more than 15 years working with children, adolescents and young adults, Tony Has discovered the exact tools and You can help your child stop thinking about suicide. and Self-Doing harm to clients
You should see this important seminar and You can leave with:
- Assessment and Screening tools that are specifically designed for NSSI and suicidal youth.
- Here are some tips for working with peers and schools and Families can improve treatment outcomes.
- Motivational techniques to engage teens and adolescents in Their treatment.
- Alternative behaviors for non-non-Clients with suicidal self injury.
- Clients can use distraction strategies to help them cope in crisis.
- Interventions to improve self-Value and self-acceptance.
- Exercises that help you solve problems in Clients and Their families.
- Five tips to help you evaluate online resources to assist suicidal individuals and Self-It is harmful to youth
Join Tony As he weaves his knowledge and You can show compassion by teaching these children practical skills that will help them get out of darkness and back into the light.
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