Group Supervision: Managing the Suicidal Client in Private Practice OCT

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Peer Supervision: Managing the Suicidal Client in Private Practice Length: 1.5 hour

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Dr Sharlene Benton is a Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience working with clients at-risk of suicide and in an acute phase of illness. She has worked primarily in public psychiatry in specialised tertiary services and crisis management teams across Melbourne. This clinical experience has led her to be a sought-after presenter on managing suicide risk from a psychological perspective. To date she has presented for multiple large organisations including the Australian Psychological Society and Australian Universities.

To compliment Dr Sharlene's online webinars in Managing the Suicidal Client in Private Practice, she is now launching monthly online group supervision. She aims to provide a safe collegial space for Psychologists and other mental health professionals to up-skill and consolidate their skills in managing the suicidal client.

Group supervision will cover:

- Dr Sharlene will present on an area to continue to build your skills in this complex and ever-changing area (e.g.: research discussion, case analysis and case conceptualisations and treatment planning)

- ample time for the group to discuss their own cases, clarify any points regarding risk assessment, present a case

- encourage participants to be as interactive as possible and encourages questions and discussion

- maximum of 8 participants

- run on a monthly basis (3rd Friday of every month)

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