Safety Planning Intervention Training for First Episode Psychosis/Coordinated Specialty Care Teams
The South Southwest MHTTC Team is facilitating a virtual Safety Planning Intervention training for First Episode Psychosis and Coordinated Specialty Care team members. Safety Planning is a brief intervention that uses positive coping skills and strategies to decrease the risk of suicidal behavior. This training focuses on learning the steps of the Safety Planning process and how to effectively use this intervention to assist others.
Safety Planning Intervention Training Learning Objectives:
1. Describe the purpose of the Safety Plan and the impact it has as a brief intervention for improving positive coping skills and reducing the risk of self-harm and suicide.
2. Name and describe the 6 key elements of the Safety Plan.
3. Identify when a Safety Plan should be used and describe the techniques needed to collaboratively complete the Safety Plan Template when working with an individual.