Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS)
Monday November 26
8:30AM - 5:00PM
University of Cincinnati - Teachers-Dyer Complex
2610 McMicken Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45221 - Directions
In collaboration The University of Cincinnati College of Social Work & The University of Cincinnati Counseling Program
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Registration begins at 8:00AM on the day of training.
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This date is for the role-play workshop.
The CAMS model is used to assess patients’ suicidality and specifically treat their suicide risk. CAMS is a three-part training that provide psychologists and counselors with knowledge, skills, and practice in recognizing and treating suicidality in patients.
All participants take:
- A 3-4 hour, self-paced online training. This training features a series of videos which provide an overview of the CAMS model and how to help suicidal patients.
- An in-person 1 day training. This training is conducted by a trained CAMS consultant who leads group members in using the CAMS model through a series of role-play sessions where participants take turns acting as both counselors and patients.
- Group consultation follow up calls. These follow-up calls are offered to participants as ways to discuss successes and trouble-shoot the implementation of the CAMS model with patients.
Through the 3-part training, professionals are provided with the needed knowledge, skills, and confidence to help patients who struggle with suicide ideation.
More information on CAMS is available at: http://cams-care.com/