For Clinicians and Health Care Workers
There are a variety of evidence-based trainings, workshops, online learning modules, and resources available to meet the specific needs of behavioral health clinicians, healthcare professionals, and other healthcare workers.
Center for Practice Innovations Learning Management System (CPI LMS)
For individuals working for the New York State Office of Mental Health or OASAS-licensed agencies and programs, the Suicide Prevention-Training, Implementation and Evaluation program (SP-TIE) offers many suicide prevention-related trainings through the Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) online Learning Management System (LMS). All trainings offer a certificate of completion, and the majority offer Continuing Education credits for NYS Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors, and medical professionals. The individual’s agency must be registered in the system to access trainings.
For individuals already registered in CPI LMS, please visit – https://practiceinnovations.org/initiatives/suicide-prevention/training/full-list-of-sp-tie-trainings
For more information about registering and accessing the CPI LMS, please visit – https://practiceinnovations.org/initiatives/suicide-prevention/training
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding access.
The following suicide prevention-related trainings are hosted on the Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) online Learning Management System (LMS). There are several trainings that support the Assess, Intervene, and Monitor (AIM) model of suicide-safer care, as well as trainings on additional topics related to suicide prevention.
Access to these trainings is currently restricted to individuals working for OMH/OASAS-licensed agencies or for agencies participating in New York State grants or special projects and requires the agency to be registered in the CPI LMS. Please email email@example.com for questions regarding access.
Lethal Means Reduction Counseling: A Brief Overview
These two very brief videos, developed by Dr. David Lowenthal at the Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, provide an overview of lethal means reduction counseling.
Intended Audience: These videos are intended for any health provider who engages in safety planning with individuals at risk for suicide, as well as supervisors and managers who want to familiarize themselves with this topic.
Additional Clinical Training Resources
Visit the list of Suicide Prevention Training Resources for Clinical Providers for additional suicide prevention-related trainings for behavioral health and health care workers.