Suicide Assessment II: Indepth Treatment of Suicidality

Presented and developed by Randi Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC

Based on the tenets learned in the course: "Recognition, Assessment, Treatment of Suicidality by Randi Jensen", gain deeper understanding of the process of suicidal thinking.

Learn successful ways of building a therapeutic alliance with individuals who have difficulties trusting. In addition to learning techniques in deconstructing suicidal thought, attendees use case studies to build their confidence in constructing meaning and purpose in their patients' lives.

Participants also learn in depth how to form an individual support team for a patient struggling with suicidality.

Prerequisite course: "Recognition, Assessment, Treatment of Suicidality by Randi Jensen"

Continuing Education (CE) Information

6 CEs

Randi Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC

Randi Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Washington and began her career in social service as a Resource and Education Counselor working with the seriously mental ill.

Randi obtained a Washington State Certification in Chemical Dependency Counseling and Chemical Dependency Professional Certification.  She then went on to obtain a Master of Arts in Counseling from Antioch University, Seattle.  

In 2010 through 2013, Randi was the Director of The Soldiers Project Washington, a non-profit organization providing no cost, no report mental health counseling to current and former military members, their families and concerned others.  

In addition to specializing in treatment of suicidality, Randy provides counseling to those dealing with substance abuse, gambling and military trauma.

Randi also provides trainings for Washington State Behavioral Health Conference, Evergreen Council on Program Gambling, Delaware Council on Gambling Problems, various employment assistance programs, and individual health agencies.  Randy also specializes in developing Suicide Prevention Programs for Native American communities as well as various youth mental health programs.

Ms Jensen is the author of Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy: The Psychobiology of Suicide, a book about overcoming chronic suicidality through peer support.  She is currently writing her second book called, How to Talk to Kids about Suicide: A book for all ages" as well as collecting stories of triumph for her book, "Just Because I Tried to Kill Myself Doesn't Mean I want to Die: Lessons Learned in Recovery from Suicidality. 

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