Event price: $ 290,000 COP
Pay on line: At the time of your registration you can pay online with credit card and PSE.
Payment in banks:
Present the invoice printed in laser, and approach the following banking entities:
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Start date: 17-11-2020
End date: 26-11-2020
Duration: 16.00 hours.
Event city: Medellin
Schedules: From November 17 to November 26, Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Modality: Face-to-face program assisted by Technology.
-Exam by module
It is necessary to have a minimum of people to start the program.
No refunds are made once the program has started.
Learn about our discounts for our university community, or if you are an employee or associate of institutions with current agreements with the CES University
Ask about our discounts for prompt payment, referrals or if you have seen several offers with Continuing Education of the Faculty of Psychology.
Full Rate: $ 290,000
Prompt payment rate of $ 261,000 until November 11.
If you want to take advantage of the discount, get information with:
Eliana María Zapata cell: 317.801.74.97., Email: email@example.com
Claudia Obando Torres cell: 317.806.68.67, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Code: 70090197
To register, you must fill out the form to generate the invoice and make the payment online, banks or in person at the University.
Faculty: Well-being and mental health psychology
Eliana Maria Zapata
Continuing Education Professional
(57) (4) 317.801.7497.
Claudia Obando Torres
Administrative Assistant Continuing Education
(57) (4) 317.806.68.67
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The modality of the event is Face-to-face
According to the report presented by the World Health Organization (WHO, 2014), there are more deaths in the world from suicide than from wars or homicides. Suicides come at a high cost. More than 800,000 people die each year by suicide, and this is it. second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds. There is evidence that for every adult who committed suicide, possibly more than 20 others attempted suicide.
The human and economic costs of suicidal behavior to individuals, families, communities, and society reflect the severity of this public health problem around the world. However, suicides can be preventable, early detection and effective management are essential to ensure that people receive the care they need in a timely manner.
This seminar introduces non-specialized health workers to the key aspects of suicidal behavior, with the aim of strengthening their ability to identify, evaluate, manage and provide follow-up to people with suicidal behavior.
Psychologists, students of Psychology, health professionals and educators.
Technology-assisted classroom program (online).
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Find the contents to be dealt with in the Continuing Education Course
Address key aspects of suicidal behavior, in order to strengthen their ability to identify, evaluate, intervene and monitor people at high risk of suicidal behavior.
Finance the payment of your registration with SUFI, contact the advisor:
Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
Payment with Severance:
Check with your fund and severance management company about the requirements to make the payment *.
* Applies for diplomas and certifications.
- Topic 1: Suicide context: Statistics, general concepts, theoretical models, myths, risk factors and protective factors
- Topic 2: Intervention strategies and evaluation scales: Patients with ideation, patients in crisis, patients with previous attempts.
- Topic 3: Intervention in telephone crisis: Historical Review, benefits and limitations,.
- Topic 4: Self-Care Strategies: The objective of this module is to identify how to take care of yourself. Likewise, identify the needs of your group and in this way be able to take care of other team members.
• Identify concepts and models of understanding of suicidal behavior.
• Identify and understand strategies for evaluating suicidal behavior.
• Know new scales for evaluating suicidal behavior, which facilitate the approach by health personnel.
• Know and learn intervention strategies aimed at suicide prevention and post-attempt care.
• Learn self-care strategies, aimed at maintaining the quality of life of health personnel.
Training in DBT Protocol and Prolonged Exposure, for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD). EMDR Therapy Training (ongoing).
Teaching experience in the clinical Master's degree at the CES university; I work with the military population and their families, wounded in combat and kidnapped. Coordinator of the Psychological First Aid (PAP) program, SURA emotional care line.
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