Saturday, May 10, 2008
Despite the corny picture, the second day of my workshop went really well. I actually enjoyed the role playing we did, which is surprising in some ways because really, it's role playing. Worse then just role playing, it's "fish bowl" which is role playing in front of the entire group and then getting feedback. I've never really been a huge fan of it, however it is a really good learning and teaching tool. ASIST gives a really great framework for suicide intervention with "handy dandy" steps and diagrams to follow which makes it a lot easier and a less daunting task then one might think. On the whole, it was a good workshop, and I would recommend it.