This webinar will provide information on the current statistics and recent trends in suicide. Tips and resources will be provided to aid in helping someone who is suicidal.
- Describe recent statistics about suicide across numerous demographic populations
- Describe recent trends in suicide
- Compare suicide prevalence to other common forms of mortality in the U.S.
- Differentiate between different types of suicidality
- Provide tips for helping someone who is suicidal
- Resources and sources for additional training
Kenneth Kinter, MA, LPC, is an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University and has been employed by Rutgers/UMDNJ since 2004. He has taught Group Dynamics in the Associates Degree Program. His current responsibilities include the implementation of evidence-based practices as well as staff training and development at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital and the Ann Klein Forensic Center. He and his wife have a private practice in Bordentown, NJ working with individuals, couples, and families. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University. He is currently completing his doctoral dissertation at Rowan University. His past work experience includes: screening centers, partial care programs, and a county jail. He has also done numerous presentations for (US)PRA, NJPRA, as well as several community mental health agencies. Occasionally, he plays bass guitar and sleeps.