School-Appropriate Response and Screening Practices

1:00pm - September 19, 2022 thru 2:00pm - September 19, 2022 | Timezone: US/Mountain
Mountain Plains MHTTC
Registration Deadline: September 19, 2022
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This is part two of our learning series titled Suicidal Awareness, Response, Safety Planning, and Postvention.

Session 2: School-Appropriate Response and Screening Practices (September 19, 2022) 


Learning Objectives 

  1. Learn how to have conversations about suicide and interact with a youth in crisis 

  1. Learn practical screening tips 

  1. Recognize levels of suicide ideation and risk 

  1. Learn best responses to identified risk level


Erin Briley, M.S., NCSP

Erin Briley










Erin Briley is the School Mental Health Coordinator for the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Network (MHTTC) and a Technical Assistant Associate for WICHE’s Behavioral Health Program.  As the school mental health lead, her work focuses on providing intensive technical assistance, resources, and training school staff to support school-based mental health. As a Technical Assistant Associate, her work is primarily focused on assisting in creating and implementing Psychology Internship Consortiums in rural western states. Ms. Briley has over 20 years of experience working in the schools, serving primarily as a school psychologist for school districts in California, Hawaii, and Colorado while providing direct and indirect supports for children ages 3 through 22 of all developmental levels. Ms. Briley has also served temporarily as a special education and a School Based Behavioral Health program administrator and trained and supervised paraprofessionals providing individualized supports to children with special needs. Ms. Briley has extensive experience with psycho-educational evaluations, classroom, and individual behavioral management, conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments, creating Behavioral Support Plans, special education legal mandates, and rights related to IDEA and Section 504, and learning needs accommodations to support. Ms. Briley earned her Bachelor’s in Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University, her Master’s in Counseling/School Psychology and a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis at California State University Los Angeles and is working on her PhD (ABD) in Clinical Psychology; she is also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist.