2012 Fall Counseling Summit
2012 Fall Counseling Summit
November 9, 2012 @ 8:30am – 4:00pm
The Cincinnati Christian University Counseling & Family Studies Department is pleased to present the 2012 Fall Counseling Summit featuring Darcy Haag Granello, Ph.D. and Paul F. Granello, Ph.D.
The Cincinnati Christian University Counseling & Family Studies Department is an approved continuing education provider by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. The following continuing education units (CEUs) are available for attendees:
Counseling Summit Registration
Counseling Summit Presenters
Darcy Haag Granello, Ph.D., is a Professor of Counselor Education in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University. She is an Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervising Credential. She has published over 60 articles in peer-reviewed national journals, has made over 200 international, national, and state presentations, and has secured over $750,000 in grants. She is co-author of three books (Suicide: An essential guide for helping professionals and educators; Suicide, self-injury and violence in the schools; Counseling Today: Foundations of professional identity.). One of Darcy’s research foci is in suicide prevention, assessment, and intervention, and she has received more than $500,000 in funding to develop and implement a comprehensive suicide prevention plan for the OSU campus. Her second area of interest is in counselor education, specifically the cognitive development of counselors, counseling supervision, conducting outcome assessment, and attitudes towards persons with mental illness. Darcy and her husband, Paul, are certified American Association of Suicidology trainers for assessing and managing suicide risk, certified suicide prevention gatekeeper trainers, and Red Cross Mental Health First Responders. Together they regularly conduct 3-hour and 6-hour trainings on suicide prevention, assessment, and intervention to practicing counselors and other helping professionals.
Paul F. Granello, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Counselor Education at The Ohio State University. He is an Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervising credentials. Paul is a founding partner with the Ohio Department of Mental Health in establishing the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation. He is the recipient of $2.3 million in federal funds for suicide prevention under the Garrett Lee Smith Act. Paul has presented and trained on suicide over 200 workshops nationally and internationally and has co-authored three books on suicide (Suicide: An essential guide for helping professionals and educators; Case studies in suicide: Experiences of mental health professionals; Suicide, self-injury, and violence in the schools), and a textbook (Wellness counseling). Paul is a QPR certified suicide prevention instructor and an SPRC trainer. Paul also conducts research on psychotherapy outcomes and the psychological and social characteristics of individual well being. He has published over 30 articles in peer reviewed national journals, has authored numerous book chapters on suicide, anxiety, technology in counseling, and wellness, and has published two DVDs on counseling techniques with Prentice Hall.
A continental breakfast will be provided at check-in. Please register early for the 2012 Fall Counseling Summit. Please contact the CCU Counseling Center with any questions at 513-244-8193 (phone) or firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail).
About the Summit
This workshop will use both the current state of the research and practice experience in both schools and mental health to help participants learn the basics of suicide risk, assessment, prevention, and intervention. Participants will be given concrete, practical information to conduct culturally and developmentally appropriate risk assessments, as well as a 7-step model for intervention that includes strategies for helping professionals to implement. Attendees will be given extensive handouts for use after the session, with an emphasis on culturally and developmentally-appropriate risk assessment and prevention programming, as well as intervention guidelines for treatment. Efforts will be made to include different practice settings (school, community, private practice, hospital, nursing home, etc.) and to attend to different levels of experience and training among participants.