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Suicide Prevention CE Part 2
Saturday, October 09, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Category: Continuing Education

Refresh your knowledge of suicide prevention! Recent case law and current research has redefined the psychologist's responsibility and standard of care in assessment, intervention, and mandatory reporting.

This is the second of two workshops required to complete the mandatory requirement for licensed psychologists. Our suicide prevention CE addresses the following in two 3-hour virtual Zoom workshops:

  • Assessment of suicide risk, including risk factors and protective factors
  • Current standards of care, current research, and case law
  • Appropriate interventions, when and how to hospitalize
  • Reporting requirements
  • Crafting of safety plans that protect patients and meet documentation standards
  • Gender variations and cultural variations of risk and resiliency

Our last suicide prevention workshop discussed demographics, intervention strategies, and useful or weak techniques used by clinicians. This workshop will discuss effective, efficient, and safe clinician techniques to be used with suicidal patients, and provides 3 credits.

Please click here to register.


  • Non-members: $240.00 for both sessions
  • Members: $180.00 for both sessions
  • Students: Free for both sessions

About the Presenter: Kristina Roberts is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist with a private practice in Mission Viejo, CA. Dr. Roberts was the Crisis Services Mental Health Clinic Supervisor from August 2012 to April 2017 for the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health.Dr. Roberts' practice includes:

  • Psychological evaluation (forensic and clinical)
  • Expert witness testimony (domestic violence, child development, parenting plans, parental undermining)
  • 730 family evaluations (meeting all requirements of Rules of Court 5.225 and 5.230), including domestic violence, move-away, child sexual abuse, very young children, parental undermining
  • Special populations: bipolar disorder, severe behavior issues, severe mental health issues, special needs children
  • Risk assessment (suicide risk, domestic violence or child abuse, danger-to-others risk)
  • Extensive experience in assessment and diagnosis

Contact: Andrew Schwartz: [email protected]