Suicide Assessment, Treatment, and Management Grounding in Legal and Ethical Standards, Presented by Eric Strom, JD, MA, LMHC
Learning Outcomes for the Day
We will explore the current best practices in assessing, treating, and managing suicidality in clients. We will also discuss the legal and ethical foundations that support this best practice. Topics will include:
-Understanding a conceptual framework of suicidality;
- Knowing the limits of confidentiality regarding concerns of
- Understanding the law, ethics, and effectiveness of safety plans and no-harm contracts.
About Our Presenter
Eric Ström, JD, MA, LMHC, provides legal counsel and guidance through Strom Consulting to a wide range of mental health professionals. Eric has worked as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the US Department of Veterans Affairs where he specialized in working with high-risk clients who have experienced PTSD, Combat Stress, and Military Sexual Trauma.
Eric currently serves on the American Mental Health Counselors Association Ethics Committee; as the ethics consultant to the Washington Mental Health Counselors Association; and as the external clinical consultant to the US Department of Veterans Affairs Vet Center in Everett Washington.
Eric has completed post-graduate work at Oregon State University in Counselor Education and Supervision. Eric also currently teaches graduate courses in consultation and in professional law and ethics through Prescott College in Arizona, and Seattle University in Seattle.
Destiny City Church 3102 23rd Street Tacoma, WA 98405
8:30am & 1:00 pm AM Session 9:00 am - 12:15 pm
PM Session 1:30 pm - 4:45 pm
Fee—6 CEU’s $100 Non Members $50 PCCA Members
Fee—3 CEU’s $50 Non Members Free PCCA Members
CEU Fine Print
This workshop has been approved for 3 and 6 CEU’s by the Washington Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for LICSWs and Associates, LMFTs and Associates, and LMHCs and Associates.
PCCA provider number is 1975-277.
You can register online https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VTHMNBS
Contact Phyllis Duncan-Souza at 253.686.3664 about this training and more about PCCA.