Seminars & Training

Dr. Bailey is a nationally recognized speaker who has published and presented on complex trauma, dissociation, relational management of suicide, violence risk, psychological assessment, and forensic practice.

Seminars & Training

Dr. Bailey provides seminars and trainings to both professional and public organizations. He presents on a variety of topics, including trauma, dissociation, psychological assessment, forensic practice, relational suicide assessment, violence risk assessment, and dialectical behavior therapy. Trainings be done online or in-person and can last from 1 hour to 2 days depending on the topic. Please contact Dr. Bailey with at least three months notice if you are interested in setting up a training for your organization. He can present on the following topics:

  • Complex trauma and dissociation
  • Trauma-informed Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Relational suicide assessment and management
  • Psychological assessment practice, interpretation, and report writing
  • Violence risk and threat management assessment
  • Three phased model of trauma treatment
  • Work-life integration
  • Business of practice

Upcoming Events

Inviting Death to Tea: Trauma-informed, relational care for assessing chronic suicidal ideation and behavior

Upcoming In-Person Training: February 9, 2024 in Redmond, Washington - Email for registration. Cost for the training is $225.

This training is approved by the Washington State Department of Health. CE Credits are provided by the Washington State Psychological Association, and APA approved CE sponsor.

This workshop is intended to increase mental health professional's understanding of how trauma, particularly events repeatedly experienced in childhood, can impact the assessment and treatment of persistent suicidal ideation and behaviors. The workshop will provide participants an understanding of how a history of trauma can create more difficulties within the assessment and management of suicidal behaviors. The focus will be on the importance of the working alliance and how to utilize this relationship as part of the process of suicide assessment. This presentation will apply to psychologists working with adults and some special populations (e.g. Veterans, complex trauma). Issues related to the impact of diversity on forming the relationship and suicide assessment will be addressed as well.

1728 W Marine View Dr
Suite 109
Everett, WA 98201

1728 W Marine View Dr
Suite 224
Everett, WA 98201

(425) 931-6450

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