Wrap up considerations from your participation in Perspectives in Suicide Prevention with School-Age Youth June 17, 2021

Thank you again for joining MAO Behavioral Health for its 2nd Quarterly Conference and Training of 2021 – Perspectives in Suicide Prevention with School-Aged Youth. If you have not done so already, please take 4 minutes to complete your evaluation of today’s learning experience. Visit or scan the QR code provided to begin.


If you met the active/time requirement for virtual participation, you will receive an email by early evening from either Webcast Admin ([email protected]) or [email protected] providing a web-link allowing you to view and print your certificate of completion documenting your contact hours. If you experience difficulty accessing your certificate or do not receive the email/link, contact [email protected]. A duplicate certificate can be emailed to you. Credit can only be offered to those participation on the live stream date of the training at this time.


Many of our participants voiced interest in obtaining copies of the presentation slide decks from today’s program. You can download copies of each presentation in printable .PDF handout formats by clicking on the presentation titles below. Should presenters provide additional materials to support the learning experience, access to those items will be shared at that time.

Welcome Slides & Disclosures

Virtual Training Agenda (Isolated Document)

A Treatment Perspective on Suicide Interventions with Youth and Adolescents

Brent Cosby, MS, Marketing and Business Development Representative for the Jason Flatt Foundation and Laurel Oakes Behavioral Health Center

A State Perspective on Suicide Prevention with School-Aged Youth – Part 1

Erica Butler, Ed.D., Education Specialist II, Prevention and Support Services, Alabama State Department of Education

A State Perspective on Suicide Prevention with School-Aged Youth – Part 2

Shaundalyn Elliott Johnson, Education Specialist, Prevention and Support Services, Alabama State Department of Education

A Legal and Ethical Perspective on Suicide Prevention with Youth

Judith A. Harrington, Ph.D., SLPC, LMFT, Associate Professor, Graduate School,
Counseling, Coordinator of Couples & Family Specialization, University of Montevallo

A Collegiate Perspective on Suicide Prevention with Young Adults

Landon Nichols, Jr., MPA, Division Manager, Advocacy & Outreach, Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO)

Presenters: Sekeria Bossie, PhD, LBSW, LPC-S, NCC, CAMS, ACAS, Assistant Professor, Alabama State University, Department of Rehabilitation Studies; Greta Chambless, Ed.S., LPC-S, Director, Counseling and Health Promotion Services, Auburn University at Montgomery; Belinda Kock, M.Ed., QTR Trainer, Alabama Suicide Prevention AND Resource Coalition (ASPARC)

Closing Slides, Disclosure Reminders & Evaluation Access


Once compiled, all participants who successfully met the time requirements of participation will be able to return to the GoTo Webcast platform using the same log in information to replay the recording of today’s training. Please allow 24 hours before attempting to access the recording.

We look forward to seeing you at our next virtual or in person learning program. Together, we can improve our communities in terms of physical and behavioral health. We can end mental health stigma and save lives too often lost to suicide, substance use disorder, chronic illnesses and more.

MAO Behavioral Health Team.

Getting everyone ready for Thursday's Perspectives in Suicide Prevention Training June 16, 2021

Greetings professional colleague.

Everyone at Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO) and MAO Behavioral Health are thrilled you will be joining us for this quarter's Behavioral Health Training & Conference, Perspectives in Suicide Prevention with School-Aged Youth, on Thursday, June 17, 2021.  The training will begin at 8:15 AM and continue through 12:45 PM. A link to a web-based evaluation will be provided at the end of the training. Participation will be documented based on the time you are logged into the system. Although the following information was shared as part of the registration process and repeated as embedded content on your emailed payment receipt, we know how difficult it can be to keep track of all those messages.

Please refer to the access information below to complete your training. You are strongly encouraged to sign in to the learning platform and test your technology/connection before the day of scheduled training. Each time you access the training site using the link information provided below, please make sure you use the same email address. When you enter the GoTo Webcast platform for the training for the first time you must provide your name as it appears on your license and some routine affiliation information along with your preferred email address. If you have no license or organization affiliation, enter N/A in those fields. Each participant MUST have their own login to potentially receive CE credit and been registered to participate.

Should you have questions about the content or presenters of this particular training event hosted by MAO Behavioral Health, email [email protected].
For post-event questions regarding Continuing Education credit for this training, please email [email protected].

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