Last February 15, 2017, we invited a military chaplain who is an expert in PTSD and suicide prevention and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the US to conduct this seminar-workshop. It is based on the latest internationally tested assessment guidelines and approaches to suicide risk assessment. The participants from different organizations learned how to use a safety plan as a prevention tool.
This seminar-workshop was indeed helpful for the chaplains (military, government, hospital, schools), guidance counselors, teachers, psychotherapists, first responders, healthcare practitioners, community workers, pastors, etc. who attended in order to strengthen and reinforce the response of their respective organizations towards suicide prevention.