CAMS Framework™ Three-hour Anytime Online Course - 3 Free CEs
This three-hour video recording gives an overview of the CAMS Model by the creator of CAMS, David A. Jobes, Ph.D. The training features unscripted clinical demonstration of the use of CAMS with a patient through the course of 12 sessions, demonstration of techniques to reduce access to lethal means, development of a viable CAMS Stabilization Plan, identification of direct and indirect drivers of suicide, creation of a collaborative treatment plan, and a not to be missed set-back session and resolution. After completing the course, professionals can access valuable assessment and treatment tools.
Who Should Attend? The CAMS framework consists of an approach for guided suicide-focused risk assessment and ongoing psychosocial intervention. It is intended to be used by mental and behavioral health practitioners (e.g., psychologists, counselors, social workers) and students in those disciplines practicing under supervision, and mental health medical providers who see clients for regular mental health treatment sessions.
Questions About the Training? Please contact Tom McRoberts, Alaska Training Cooperative, 907-264-6251, email@example.com
Access to the Training. Your registration will generate a new CAMS-Care user profile. Your CAMS-Care profile will include access to and information about the training options selected in your registration.
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CE Certificates and Certificates of Attendance. Certificates will be generated by CAMS-Care after successful completion of the training.