Dublin Simon Community Sure Steps Counselling Service is delighted to announce in conjunction with CAMS-care, the hosting of comprehensive training in the CAMS model.
Collaborative Approach to Managing Suicidality (CAMS)
Presenter: Dr. Eoin Galavan
One day training & 3 hours online training
Dublin City Centre
Carmelite Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2
9.00-5.00pm, Saturday 8th April 2017
(€280 for bookings before 1st March)
(3 hour online training to be completed in advance of practical training)
What is CAMS?
CAMS (Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality) is a collaborative assessment and management of suicide. It is a flexible approach that can be used across theoretical orientations and disciplines for a wide range of suicidal clients across all settings. The counsellor, nurse, project worker etc. and client engage in a highly collaborative assessment and suicide-specific treatment plan process. CAMS is designed to form a strong clinical alliance while increasing client motivation. The CAMS is designed to ‘wrap around’ pre-existing mental health interventions and relies on the pre existing skill set of staff to deliver interventions in a suicide specific fashion guided by a suicide specific treatment plan. This training is suitable for e.g. psychologists, counsellors, nurses, mental health professionals, and project staff. CAMS compliments other suicide first aid approaches.
- Letter of attendance and description of course content will be provided upon request.
- Cost includes 3 hour online training and 3 group follow up consultation calls with Dr Galavan.
Dr. Eoin Galavan is a Senior CAMS-care consultant & Senior Clinical and Counselling Psychologist with North Dublin Adult Mental Health Service. He is also the Clinical Lead Service Coordinator and Supervising Senior Psychologist for the North Dublin Suicide Assessment and Treatment of Service. This service works with suicide patients using the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) model. Dr. Eoin Galavan is a clinical tutor and supervising Clinical Psychologist on the Doctoral Program in Trinity College, Dublin. He is also an occasional Lecturer at Trinity College (Working with Borderline Personality Disorder and Assessing and Treating Suicidality).
Dublin Simon Community in conjunction with CAMS-Care is hosting this training event.
For booking form and information please visit:
To learn more about the Cams approach we recommend visiting the Cams-Care website:
Payment in full is necessary to book a place on this training.
Pro-forma invoices can be arranged for anyone who is being funded to attend the training.