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Continuing Education: Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Suicidality

  • January 23, 2015
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Shriners Hospital, 1275 East Fairfax Road, Salt Lake City, UT 84103

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 Craig J. Bryan PsyD, ABPP,is the Executive Director of the National Center for Veterans Studies and Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology at The University of Utah. He has consulted for the Army, Air Force,and Marine Corps. He has an extensive bibliography which reflects his professional interest in suicide, suicide prevention, primary care behavioral health,posttraumatic stress disorder, and evidence-based treatment.

This workshop includes an in-depth discussion:Difficulty identifying the construct of “suicidality”, current research and results

What works:
  • Theoretical models easily translated to clinical work
  • Treatment fidelity
  • Adherence
  • Emphasis on skills-building
  • Personal responsibility
  • Easy access to treatment and crisis service
Adopting a standardized language of suicidality.
Common therapist reactions to suicide Fluid Vulnerability Theory.

The science of clinical care for suicide risk.
Informed consent and legal implications of suicide
Recommendations for clinical practice and research
ASPIRE BCBT program (US Army)
  • Emotional regulation
  • Problem-solving and cognitive reappraisal
  • Relapse prevention
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