Safety Planning Intervention
A brief intervention for reducing suicide risk


Clinicians with a wide range of backgrounds (e.g., nurses, psychologists, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, social workers) can be trained to implement the Safety Planning Intervention. The typical training includes: (a) reading the safety plan manual by Stanley & Brown (2008), reviewing the brief instructions (Stanley & Brown, 2008) and the safety planning form; (b) attending a training in which the intervention, its rationale and evidence base are described; and (c) conducting role-plays to practice implementing the intervention.

For more information about training opportunities and administration of the Safety Planning Intervention, please contact us.

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