Welcome to Suicide Prevention 201: Trauma & Suicide Prevention for Special Populations!
This course will outline suicide in special populations such as Teens, Military, and the Elderly. Suicide is the number one cause of death for people 15-49, and 22 veterans kill themselves every day–about 8,000 a year. This innovative curriculum offers what you need to incorporate effective prevention and intervention strategies for your practice or ministry!
SUI 201: The Changing Tide of Teen Suicide
SUI 202: Teen Suicide and Self-injury
SUI 203: Helping Teens in Crisis
SUI 204: Combat Stress, PTSD, Reintegration and Suicide
SUI 205: Military Suicide, Prevention and Intervention: What You Need to Know
SUI 206: The Impact of Suicide on Military Marriages and Families
SUI 207: The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss — Part 1
SUI 208: The Neurobiology of Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss — Part 2
SUI 209: Restoring the Shattered Self: Treatment of Complex Trauma
SUI 210: Elderly Suicide and Homicide
SUI 211: Passive Suicide and Self-Neglect
SUI 212: Trauma Related Suicide Risks for Older Veterans
12 CE Credits available for IBCC Credential Holders.
The International Board of Christian Care (IBCC) is a growing, vibrant, and recognized segment of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and is open to all qualified mental health professionals, pastors, chaplains, para-professionals, and lay counseling ministry leaders who identify themselves as Christian counselors, life coaches, and crisis responders.