THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON SESSIONS ARE THE SAME. PLEASE ONLY REGISTER TO ATTEND ONE SESSION. SPACE IS LIMITED.
*If you provide services outside Stark County and would like to be put on the waitlist to attend this training, please email Bev James at Bev.James@StarkMHAR.org
Who should attend: Any person providing services in Stark County who will be safety planning with people at risk of suicide including peers, case managers, clinicians, wraparound coordinators, supervisors.
Description: Learn who, what, where, when and how to create a safety plan to support a person at risk of suicide. Build confidence in counseling on access to lethal means and practice your skills in a supportive learning environment.
Learning Objectives Include:
- Describe what a safety plan is, how and when to utilize it with a person at risk of suicide.
- Learn the components and how to complete the steps of a safety plan.
- Increase knowledge about the association between access to lethal means and suicide, and the role of counseling on access to lethal means in safety planning.
- Increase skills and confidence to work with people and their families to complete a safety plan and reduce their access to lethal means.
Continuing Education Units:
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Laurin Jozlin, LMSW
Laurin Jozlin is a licensed clinical social worker with 10 years of experience in suicide prevention, suicide intervention, community mental health, and child and adolescent mental health. She brings expertise in evidence-based practices, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and strengths-based treatment. She is dedicated to using training and evidence-based interventions to improve people’s lives.
Jozlin is a Senior Project Associate and provides technical assistance for Zero Suicide Institute at EDC. Previously, she was a clinical administrator at a community mental health agency outside Detroit, Michigan. She also has experience as a therapist working with children and families.
For over two years, Jozlin served as a member of the Michigan Suicide Prevention Commission.
Jozlin holds an MSW and a BA in Social Work from Michigan State University.