- Glenn Sullivan
- 5 Hours 28 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Aug 14, 2019
Populations and risk factors.
- Suicide risk and DSM-5® diagnosis
- Are your clients at risk for suicide?
- Military suicides and other populations
- Micro-suicidal behavior and self-hatred
There is an assessment. Predictors of a suicide attempt.
- Develop your empathic listening skills
- Indirect statements and behavioral signs
- What can the test tell us? (and what they can’t)
- The Beck Scales
- Firearms and “suicide accelerants”
- Determine level of risk
Treatment strategies can be used to modify high-risk behaviors.
- Suicide at the Golden Gate Bridge: Lessons learned
- Modifiable risk factors for suicide
- Effective techniques to intervene in high risk behavior
- How psychiatric medication impacts risky behavior
- How to manage countertransference
Clinical interventions can be used to reduce suicidal behavior.
- How major theories of suicide inform treatment choices
- Lethal-means restriction plans that work
- Evidence-based interventions from CBT and DBT
- Emotional regulation exercises
- Cognitive restructuring techniques
- Building distress tolerance
- Intervention as a collaborative effort
- A roadmap for handling suicidal crises
- Involuntary hospitalization: When, why, how
Legal and ethical issues.
- Ethical and liability issues when involving family and others
- When and how to seek legal consultation
- Effective documentation strategies
- Physician-assisted dying and other ethical dilemmas
- How clinicians heal after suicide
Glenn Sullivan is a doctor. Is the co-author. Clinical and legal standards of care for suicidal patients. The American Psychological Association published the 3rd ed. There is a handbook of military and veteran suicide. It was published by Oxford University Press. Dr. Sullivan received his PhD from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology in Palo Alto, California. He completed his internship at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center and his residency at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem, Virginia.
Dr. Sullivan is a tenured professor of psychology at the Virginia Military Institute, where he is known for his engaging and dynamic teaching style. The Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award is presented to a faculty member who is especially talented at inspiring students in the development of their intellect and character.
In addition to his private practice in Virginia, Dr. Sullivan has publications and presentations on suicide. His clinical specialties include psychological assessment, forensic evaluation, and the treatment of combat veterans.
Glenn Sullivan has a private practice. He is paid by PESI, Inc.
Glenn Sullivan does not have a relevant non-financial relationship.
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