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MO 8-16 (Full Day) Assessment & Management of Suicidal Risk / Self-Care & Ethics KC
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MO 8-16 (Full Day) Assessment & Management of Suicidal Risk / Self-Care & Ethics KC

When: 08/16/2019
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Where: Gilda's Club Kansas City
21 West 43rd Street
Kansas City, Missouri  64111
United States
Contact: NASW-Missouri Chapter

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Assessment & Management of Suicidal Risk (AM Session)


Presented by Peggy Reed-Lohmeyer, MSW, LCSW

3.0 Clock Hours

Meets 2.0 hour Suicide Prevention Training and Education Requirement for licensure and renewal of licensure.


Regardless of specialty area, social workers encounter persons who may be contemplating suicide.  Assessing their risk can be daunting.  This session will cover common screen & assessment tools that are readily available to clinicians, as well as recent research on assessment of suicide risk.  Managing risk through effective safety planning will also be covered.


Educational Objectives:

  1. Review suicide screening & assessment tools
  2. Review recent research on suicide
  3. Review aspects of effective safety planning

Registration 8:00 am, workshop 8:30 am - 11:45 am


Self-Care & Ethics: Practical Application for all Social Workers (PM Session)


Presented by Peggy Reed-Lohmeyer, MSW, LCSW

3.0 Clock Hours

This course meets the Ethics requirement for licensure renewal.


Self-care is widely recognized as vital and necessary to good practice and sustaining oneself,
however, it is typically under-practiced and when practiced, it is often without a thoughtfully
considered plan. 

This workshop will address what self-care is, professional ethical responsibilities of self-care, and actively involve attendees in assessing their own self-care and developing a personalized self-care plan.  Please note, these last two will be completed in the workshop by each individual and will not need to be shared with the group at large.  Members will be walked through the steps of completing these, shown multiple templates, and provided with ideas a “jumping off points”.


Educational Objectives:

  1. Describe what self-care is and is not.
  2. Identify ethical responsibilities related to self-care.
  3. Identify strengths and weaknesses in your current personal self-care practices.
  4. Develop a personalized plan for practicing ethical self-care.


Registration 12:30 pm, workshop 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm



Registration fees-NASW Members $125.00, Other Professional $165.00

Our online system identifies late fees as Early Bird savings, however, our printed catalog identifies them as late fees charged.  These calculations and deadline dates will be the same online or in the catalog.
Registration Deadline Late Fees: 2 weeks prior add $15.00; 1 week prior add $25.00; and 24 hours prior add $40.00

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