Build Your Understanding and Confidence in Helping People With Suicidal Ideation
Deaths by suicide increased by 10.9% in the UK in 2018; the first increase since 2013. So it stands to reason that some of your clients may be experiencing suicidal thoughts.
In this presentation you will learn:
The latest research on suicidal behaviour and how to use it to inform your assessment process, devise a treatment plan and ensure the safety of your client
How to communicate with your client about suicide
What evidence-based hypnotic interventions you can use with your clients to support them
Considerations for working with suicidal clients
Common therapist experiences and how to support yourself
By the end of this presentation, you will have greater knowledge and understanding of suicidality and feel more confident in working in this area.
Sarah is a Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and runs a busy practice in Bristol. She is a Mental Health First Aider (MHFA) and is trained in Applied Suicide Intervention (ASIST). In addition to seeing clients, she is also a classroom assistant on the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma run by The Anglo European College of Therapeutic Hypnosis in Bournemouth, Research Officer for the Professional Hypnotherapy Network, and part of the team who organise and run the UK Hypnosis Convention.