Join expert and author Jack Klott, as he shares from his 45+ years of clinical mental health experience working with suicidal populations. Jack is the author of the newly published Suicide & Psychological Pain: Prevention That Works and co-author of the best-selling book, Suicide and Homicide Prevention and Treatment Planner. He has taught thousands of clinicians across the United States how to effectively assess and treat at risk populations. Take away the skills to learn how to identify, assess and treat clients in relation to the goals of their suicide intent.
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Jack Klott, MSSA, LCSW, CSWW, Suicidologist, and national speaker has helped and educated tens of thousands in his 45 years of suicide and self-harm client work. Jack is a 35-year member of the American Association of Suicidology and was a founder of the Michigan Association of Suicidology (where he has been recognized for his contribution to suicide prevention in Michigan).
He authored the national best sellers The Suicide and Homicide Risk Assessment and Prevention Treatment Planner (Wiley, 2004), The Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Planner (Wiley, 2006), and Suicide and Psychological Pain: Prevention That Works (PESI, 2012).
Jack is a popular and sought after seminar speaker on suicide prevention, motivational interviewing, co-occurring disorders and the DSM®. Attendees rave about his unique teaching gift of weaving expertise, passion and compassion into practical, understandable and usable information.
Financial: Jack Klott receives royalties as an author for PESI Publishing & Media and Wiley & Son Publishing. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Jack Klott is a member of the American Association of Suicidology; and the Michigan Association for Suicide Prevention.
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Assessment of Suicide Populations
Suicide for Secondary Gain
Formulation of a Treatment Plan
The Role of Motivation
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