Systematic Tailored Assessment for Responding to Suicidality (STARS)
The Systematic Tailored Assessment for Responding to Suicidality (STARS) protocol is a person-centred, psycho-social needs based semi-structured interview. It provides initial insight into the complexities of a person’s suicidal distress and informs immediate and appropriate client care. On completion of the 2-3 day training program, participants are a licensed STARS protocol user, which represents achievement of minimum standard competency in administering the STARS protocol.Additional Details
Earners of the badge are mental health practitioners who have completed 2-3 day STARS protocol training program.
Earners have achieved the minimum standard competency in conducting evidence informed suicide risk assessment processes; administering the STARS protocol.
Earners have participated in reflective learning (i.e. required literature of evidence based approaches, and downloadable journal) that must be completed to inform participation in skills-based role plays during face to face medium.