AMSR-trained professionals report increased willingness, confidence, and clarity in working with people at risk of suicide.
The AMSR-Inpatient Training workshop prepares health and behavioral healthcare providers working in inpatient care settings to provide confident and empathetic treatment to patients at risk of suicide.
Get AMSR Trained
Inpatient providers can help patients with elevated suicide risk return to their community setting and recover by using the suicide risk identification, assessment, and management competencies taught in the AMSR-Inpatient training. The AMSR-Inpatient Training will prepare you to use the AMSR risk formulation in inpatient care settings, such as inpatient units or in residential treatment programs.
Eligibility, benefits, and FAQs
About the Training Workshop
AMSR Training workshops provide a full day of training. This workshop is taught live in person or online by an authorized AMSR trainer. During the full-day session, there is 6.5 hours of content that includes discussion, role-playing, and video segments.
AMSR Training is designed to enhance your skills in the recognition, assessment, and management of suicide risk. You'll learn about the delivery of effective suicide-specific interventions and how to develop collaborative treatment and safety plans with those at risk for suicide. You can ask questions, practice using the risk formulation, and receive feedback to improve your skills. You'll engage with the AMSR trainer as well as other participants for practice and skill development. We'll provide you with an AMSR manual, so you can take with you the information, background, and tips that are covered in the session.
The cost of the workshop is $145 per person. For online training, an extra $25 manual shipping cost is applied. Discounts are available for organizations interested in training large numbers of staff. Email email@example.com for additional pricing information.
AMSR-trained professionals report increased willingness, confidence, and clarity in working with clients and patients at risk of suicide.