- Suicide Warning Signs
- How to Ask
- Texas Local Hotlines
This suicide prevention information was collected by Mental Health America of Texas, under the Texas Youth Suicide Prevention Project, funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services and SAMHSA. This application was developed [in part] under a grant number SM059174 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA or HHS.
Guard Your Buddy is a joint effort by the Tennessee National Guard, The Jason Foundation, Inc., and E4 Health.
Social Media Strategy for Behavioral Health Practice with Ethics, Boundaries & Confidentiality
(4-Hour CEU Certificate Issued*)
The Internet and Social Media is changing our culture, clients and practices!
It is no longer a question...you need a Social Media Strategy and documented policy.
Behavioral Health and the medical professions have fallen behind in both taking advantage of Social Media but also protecting themselves and clients with documented policies and practices.
A Social Media and online communication strategy is as important as having a business card, brochure or telephone number.
The FACT is you are already online and your clients are searching for your information......RIGHT NOW!
This half-day conference is full of “how to’s” on how to develop your online strategy and policies:
Build a social media strategy
Market yourself online with Social Media, Websites and Email
Maximize your online search ranking (beyond search engine optimization)
Provide rich online resources for current and prospective clients
Execute your Social Media Strategy Economically and SAVE $$$ thousands of dollars
Explore the Future of Social Media, Technology and Behavioral Health
Protect yourself and clients/patients
Most of all learn how to do it Responsibly and Ethically
A profound emphasis is placed on the reality that the Helping Professions have significant confidentiality and professional responsibilities to consider.
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