MONDAY Speaker Handouts
From Prevention to Postvention: Creating Suicide Safety in Schools Amy Scheel-Jones, Lynn Allen, EdD From Prevention to Postvention

Overview of Regional Crisis Team

Providing Sensitive & Competent Interventions to Special Populations: Latina Adolescents and Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence Jennifer Humensky, Nicole Trabold  Life is Precious: A Mixed Methods Evaluation
The Power of Shared Experience: An inpatient Support Group for Attempt Survivors and a Peer-led, Skill-building Group for Families Barbara Stanley, Perry Hoffman
Functional Analysis for Suicide Prevention Beth Brodsky, Cory Cunningham Functional Analysis for Suicide Prevention
Live, Learn, Grow Craig Miller This Is How it Feels
Communities: The Fabric of Suicide Prevention Garra Lloyd-Lester, Trena Anastasia, PhD, Nola Goodrich-Kresse Transforming Communities through Operationalization Collective Impact for Suicide Prevention

Communities: The Fabric of Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention in Active Military and Veteran Populations Eric Hardiman, PhD, William Nash, MD US Marine Corps Community Approach to Prevention
Journeys to Healing after Suicide Loss Sigrid Pechenik, PsyD,  Kathy Leichter, Avi Israel
Advances in Safety Planning: Implementation and Access Barbara Stanley, PhD, Virna Little, PsyD
TUESDAY Speaker Handouts
From Plan to Action: New York State Suicide Prevention in 2017 Jay Carruthers, MD From Plan to Action
Project 2025
Michael Rosanoff, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Project 2025
Youth Substance Use and Suicide Michael Lindsey. PhD, Peter Wyman, PhD, Anthony Pisani, PhD Suicide and Substance Use Prevention

Subtypes of substance users and suicide behaviors – An adolescent risk profile

State of the Art in Suicide Prevention Training Garra Lloyd-Lester, Glenn Albright, PhD, Terry Bird, DNP, Beth Brodsky, PhD State of the Art in Suicide Prevention Training

Suicide Prevention in the Non-Psychiatric Hospital Setting: A Nurse Education Process

Providing Sensitive & Competent Interventions to Special Populations: Older Adults and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Kim VanOrden, PhD, Meghan Fox, PsyD Socially ENGAGE

Understanding Suicide Risks with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People

Clinicians as Survivors Vanessa McGann, PhD Clinicians as Survivors
Using Surveillance Data to Implement and Improve Suicide Prevention Efforts in New York State Leah Hines, Christa Labouliere, PhD, Sarah Bernes A Comparison of Suicide Rates and Mechanisms in New York State Residents

Using Surveillance Data

Innovative Interventions in Youth Suicide Prevention Jen Marr, Dawn Catucci  Comfort Dogs & Club Comfort

DBT & CBT Counseling Practices In a School Setting

SafeSide: Recovery-oriented care in health and behavioral health settings Anthony Pisani, PhD SafeSide: Recovery-oriented care in health and behavioral health settings
Integrating Suicide Prevention into Collaborative Care and SBIRT Models Amy Jones-Renaud, Brett Harris Promoting “Perfect Depression Care” in New York State Using the Collaborative Care Model
ChalleTED Style Talk:  ZERO = 100% -Help and Hope – Messages to Fuel Culture Changees and Interventions for Addressing Suicidality in Inpatient Populations with Serious Mental Illness John Draper, PhD Zero=100%