suicide assessment, training clinic, counselor education, SAFE-T model, anti-racist counselor education
Clinical Supervision, Counselor Education, Higher Education Counseling, Mental Health Counseling
Training on suicide assessment and intervention in college counseling centers is crucial. The SAFE-T model is effective when teaching counselors in training (CITs) in training clinics on college campuses as students learn how to assess clients’ suicide risk level. We share how the SAFE-T model, in tandem with anti-racist counselor education practices, can enhance training in programs with training clinics based on our clinic at The Pennsylvania State University, followed by a case study to exemplify how to synthesize both practices for robust clinical outcomes.
Daniels, A. D., Nadermann, K., Beck, C., & Zhai, Y. (2023). Utilizing the SAFE-T Model and Anti-racist Counseling Principles for Suicide Assessment and Teaching Counselors in Training. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 17(3). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/jcps/vol17/iss3/8