Feedback: Working With Suicidal Clients
This workshop was presented to a group of professionals who worked for a Carers and bereavement service in London, including qualified counsellors and social and outreach workers.
Here are a range of comments, which were obtained by e-mail after the session.
"I thought it was all good and I liked the interaction with facilitator and participants
I thought exploding the myths about what people think about suicide was good and challenging people’s beliefs about it
As a manager, I am much more aware of the need to support workers whose clients are presenting as suicidal
Very good handouts
I used to really judge people who commit suicide, this has made me question that
The discussion about the ethics of assisted dying was interesting for me
It was really good to find out the procedure to follow if my client is suicidal
Learned a lot about why people kill themselves
The way the issues and content was presented was very good"
The quality of the workbooks is regularly commented on. Furthermore, it has been noted how professional and well structured they are; as well as 'surprise' that they are given to everyone to keep
I have designed my own feedback form. This will be used in all workshops to be completed by participants at the end of the day. This will also enable you, my client, to assess the value and effectiveness of the training.
If you are interested in booking this course, or would like to find out more, please get in touch via my contact page