The Alliance Project: Suicide Gatekeeper Training

The Alliance Project is a suicide prevention training that was designed due to sustainability concerns regarding costs, skill retention and utilization, and to engage individuals in more active learning strategies to improve gatekeeper skill development. Participants will learn the 5 steps to helping someone in distress while also utilizing these skills actively to become more comfortable applying these skills when needed throughout their life. The training curriculum is for individuals with and without mental health training.

Educational Objectives

After completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify common themes in elevated stress response, how real-life events can impact stress response, and behavioral clues to chronic stress.
  • Understand how social support can ease the stress response and increase help-seeking behaviors among those with depressive symptoms.
  • Identify the steps within The Alliance Project of: Identifying distress, making a connection, and rapport building.

3.5 CE’s for:

  • CHES (Certified Health Education Specialist)
  • CPH- Certified Public Health
  • DMH – Addiction Therapist
  • DMH – Community Support Specialist
  • DMH – Licensed Administrator
  • DMH – Mental Health Therapist
  • DMH – Prevention Specialist
  • MAAP (Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals)
  • NBCC/LPC (National Board Certified Counselors)
  • Social Work
  • Law Enforcement

Presenter

Rachel Clair-Franklin, LPC-S, BC-TMH, and CHES

Location

Virtual

Date

Feb. 11, 2021

Time

8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter

Rachel Clair-Franklin, LPC-S, BC-TMH, and CHES

Location

Virtual