AB2246 Training: Suicide Prevention for Schools
This presentation will review requirements of AB2246, a bill that requires the adoption of suicide prevention, intervention, and follow-up plans by local California school districts with students in grades 7-12. The training will also include how Sonoma County Behavioral Health's CAPE Team can help schools meet those requirements.
Participants will review Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) and evidence-based suicide prevention training for school faculty and staff; parents and family members; and students. Presentation will include a discussion of CAPE Team's other services including crisis response to school sites; linkage and referral for students and families to mental health services in the community; training in other mental health topics; and post-incident/tragedy supports to schools and communities. The training will include some samples from QPR and other trainings, as well as plenty of time for Q&A.
|When||January 31, 2018
3:00pm - 5:00pm
SCOE, Gravenstein Room
|Presenter||Karin Sellite, LCSW, Manager of the CAPE Team, Sonoma County Behavioral Health and Katie Bivin, LMFT, Clinical Specialist of the CAPE Team, Sonoma County Behavioral Health|
|Audience||Superintendents, principals, school counselors, and school psychologists|
|Registration||Kristen Johnson, (707) 524-8402, email@example.com|
|Questions||Kristen Johnson, (707) 524-8402, firstname.lastname@example.org|