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Welcome to Suicide Risk Assessment Australia (SRAA)

We take our work seriously and our team are assembled recognising their comprehensive knowledge, ability to translate research into practice and professionalism in delivering training and cutting edge strategies for your needs.

Suicide Risk Assessment Australia (SRAA) work with professionals and organisations where suicidality, self injury, loss and the critical impacts of mental ill-health have been identified.

Our team are

  • Absolutely devoted to achieving your goals
  • Exceptionally qualified and current
  • Highly responsive to your questions, emerging challenges, as well as those of your clients

Our services are guided by best practice, as well as the innovative nuances that come from working with professionals and organisations who invest themselves in the care of others.

Our learning environments and materials are effective, interactive and enjoyable.

If you have a question or suggestion, I encourage you to make contact.

Personally, and as a team, we consider it a privilege to serve caring professionals and engage with organisations that invest in their workforce.

Again, a warm welcome and hope we can serve you well.

Carmen Betterridge
Director / Principal Psychologist

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Collaborating with

Suicide Prevention for Leaders – Bupa

Carmen has facilitated numerous Managers and Gatekeepers – Suicide Awareness training at Bupa for our leaders. Carmen always ensures a safe training environment in which to engage our leaders and participant feedback has been extremely positive. I’ve called on Carmen’s specialised knowledge and expertise when developing a podcast on suicide awareness and prevention for mental health month. Thanks, Carmen for your ongoing support in building skills, understanding,and empathy at Bupa on the topic of suicidality.

Diana Black - Bupa

Employee Health and Wellbeing Manager

Women and Suicide

Focus on transitions and shifts in suicidality was very helpful and highlighted the importance of ongoing follow up/assessment throughout treatment. I found the small group work encouraged participation

Psychologist

Foundations to Suicide Risk Assessment

A good understanding of the assessment process, key points and tips for what to look for in a good tool

Psychologist

Suicide Risk and Substance Use

Did the workshop meet your expectations?
Surpassed expectations – great reference materials and case materials

Counsellor in Tertiary Education

Legal & Ethical Aspects to Suicide Risk Assessment

I am reassured that I am on the right track, I’m encouraged to pursue a change in the service to achieve better outcomes… the information has increased my confidence

Social Worker

Suicide Prevention for Leaders (formerly Managers as Gatekeepers) – for Human Resource Managers

The forum was informal and comfortable which encouraged open discussion. The session leaders were experienced and passionate. For a confronting topic, it was run in a really professional and engaging manner

Manager

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