You have registered for the virtual CE program Suicide Behaviors & Systemic Family Therapy on Friday September 29th, 2023, from 9 am to 11am ET.
—2.0 APA CE Credit Hours OR 2.0 NBCC CE Credit Hours are available—
Below you will find a pdf of the Power Point & Zoom link for the program. The link will open at 8:45am.
- You must mark your attendance on the poll when you enter the program.
- Please silence your electronic devices and turn your cameras on.
- There will be a chat box. However, be prepared to learn and interact.
- If you need assistance during the presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- To obtain CE credit hours make sure tomorrow you:
- Marked your attendance.
- Stayed the length of the CE program.
- And please provide us feedback via the evaluation. The link for your evaluation will be sent after the completion of the program.
- If you want to review the details of the CE program, please go to:
PCFTTC has researched suicide and homicide as co-occurring challenges, based on the peer reviewed literature. A systemic trauma informed perspective is necessary for seeing, understanding, and responding to life threatening behaviors, violence, and homicide behaviors with efficacy as a clinician. Although a trauma informed systemic perspective advises the clinician’s understanding of the client and family member’s violence and homicidal behaviors it does not excuse it. Additionally, PCFFTC believes that a clinician’s, clients, and the family members’ social ecology, intersectionality, historical geographic location, and current geographic location inform the experiences of acts of community violence, including, but not limited to, mass shootings, hate crimes, intimate partner homicide, interfamilial violence, and gun violence. Therefore, it is imperative systemic family therapy tools of assessment be used to join contextually, structurally, and at a level of meaning to promote second order change in the therapeutic process.