Lifespan Learning Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing our community together to promote dialogue, understanding and lifelong learning.

Our conferences and Workshops are designed to encourage the spaces where we meet, bringing together a broad spectrum of researchers, clinicians and teachers from a variety of racial, ethnic, national and religious backgrounds.

 

Welcome,

Bonnie Goldstein, Ph.D. and Marion Solomon, Ph.D.

 

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This program meets both the new requirement for at least six hours of coursework or supervised experience in Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention which will required for LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, & LEP license renewal as of 1/1/20 and the ongoing Law and Ethics coursework requirement.

Beginning with the awareness that our ability to predict suicide is little better than chance and that at present there are no consistently reliable empirically validated treatment techniques to prevent suicide, this course will demonstrate that in the past three decades much has been learned about the dynamics of suicide and many promising treatment approaches have been advanced that are slowly yielding clinical as well as empirical results.

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Our Coordinators

bonnie goldsteinBonnie Goldstein, PhD
is our Clinical Program Director, an author and teacher and has a private practice in West Los Angeles, specializing in individual and group therapy.

Learn More at drbonniegoldstein.com

 

Dan Siegel 2Dan, Siegel, MD is our Medical Education Director, an author, educator, child psychiatrist, clinical professor of psychiatry, UCLA and co-director of Mindful Awareness Research Center.

Learn More at drdansiegel.com

 

Marion Solomon, PhD Marion Solomon, PhD
Dr. Solomon is our Clinical Services Director of Lifespan Learning Institute. She is an author of numerous books and articles, and has a private practice in Westwood specializing in Psychodynamic therapy for Individuals and couples.

Learn More at drmarionsolomon.com