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Ethical Considerations within Suicide Focused Care

  • 28 Oct 2022
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Virtual

Registration

  • Participants will receive 3 CE credits.
  • This webinar is discounted for DCPA students. Please use your student email to register. Continuing education credits are not issued under this category.
  • Continuing education credits are not issued under this category.
  • Registrants will receive 3 continuing education credits.
  • Please use your student email to register. Continuing education credits are not issued under this category.

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Event Description:
This seminar will explore various ethical principles and standards relevant in suicide focused care. Topics discussed will include informed consent, consultation, malpractice, and other risk management considerations. Evidence based approaches for treating suicidal risk will also be presented and discussed.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
By the end of this presentation, attendees will be able to:

1.) Contextualize key aspects of the ethics code within suicide focused care

2.) Identify strategies for minimizing the risk of a malpractice suit

3.) Describe evidence based approaches for treating individuals at risk of suicide

Presenter Biography:

Dr. Mariam Gregorian is a licensed psychologist who maintains a private practice in the DC area and serves as a consultant for CAMS-care, LLC. Dr. Gregorian completed her Ph.D. at The Catholic University of America while conducting research in the Suicide Prevention Lab under the mentorship of Dr. David Jobes. Dr. Gregorian completed her APA accredited doctoral internship at the American University Counseling Center, and also spent three years training in comprehensive DBT at the Wake Kendall Group. Dr. Gregorian utilizes an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from interpersonal, multicultural, and DBT frameworks. Her clinical interests include suicidality, trauma, and identity development. Prior to obtaining her degree in psychology, Dr. Gregorian worked
as a professional violinist and remains fascinated by the intersection of music and psychology.

Disclaimer: There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.

*DCPA Refund Policy:   Refund requests more than one week prior to the webinar should be sent to info@dcpsychology.org  If the request comes within one week of the webinar, only credit will be offered.

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