Not On Our Watch training presentation on Monday, May 17, 2021 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm presented by Meghan Cook and Jason Relle with Rosecrance. IAODAPCA CEUs pending.
- What is Suicide?
- Current statistics and social impact
- How to talk about suicide
- Warning signs, risk factors, and protective factors
- Effective clinical interventions
- Safety Planning
Meghan Cook is currently the Director of Access at Rosecrance and oversees the Rosecrance Call Center, scheduling and completion of assessments, and bed management. Meghan has more than 17 years of supervisory and direct care experience in social services. She has worked with adolescents and families involved with DCFS, adults with chronic mental illness, developmental disabilities, and has spent the majority of her career working with adults and adolescents with substance use disorders. Meghan has a M.S. in Applied Family and Child Studies from Northern Illinois University, and a BSW from Bradley University. She is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) as well as a Certified Alcohol and Other Drugs Counselor (CADC). Meghan lives in Sycamore, IL and is the Vice President of the DeKalb County Community Mental Health Board.
Jason Relle is the Clinical Director at Rosecrance Griffin Williamson and has been with Rosecrance since 2011. He oversees substance abuse and behavioral health residential programming for adolescents. He is a licensed clinical professional counselor that has worked with children, adolescents and families in various roles within Rosecrance. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Miami University and his master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology.