The CAMS model has been trialled and delivered in many clinical environments in many countries around the world.
With over 30 years of research and clinical practice behind its development the CAMS is a flexible tool that can be adopted by many clinicians in many environments.
This webinar will overview the philosophy, content and delivery of the CAMS model.
Research supporting effectiveness will be overviewed and its establishment and delivery in a busy public mental health service will be described
The North Dublin Suicide Assessment and Treatment service (SATS) was established in 2013 by the psychologists allocated to community mental health teams in a large urban catchment.
This service structure reaches 7 CMHTs, acute inpatient care and mental health services for older adults. Over this time we have delivered suicide specific interventions to dozens of suicidal people attending for mental health services.
This webinar is suitable for all however most relevant to those delivering psychology services in mental health settings. It is also suitable for all mental health professionals.
1. Be familiar with the CAMS and the Suicide Status Form
2. Understand the procedure involved in delivering the CAMS
3. Be aware of the research supporting effectiveness of the CAMS
4. Be aware of other key models and theories in the field of clinical suicidology
5. Be aware of a practical example of service delivery using the CAMS in a mental health setting.
Facilitator: Dr Eoin Galavan
Eoin is a highly experienced clinician have worked with dozens of suicidal people using the CAMS model. Eoin is the lead for the SATS and previously the lead for the North Dublin DBT program.
He is clinical tutor, supervising psychologist and occasional lecturer with the DClinPsych at Trinity College Dublin.
Eoin frequently delivers conference presentations on the topic of Suicide and has trained hundreds of practitioners in the use of the CAMS both nationally and internationally.
This webinar is free.
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Please note: Online bookings will close on 27 November 2019 at midday.
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