CAMS Authorized Trainers
CAMS-care is the onlysource for adherent training in the CAMS Framework®
All Authorized CAMS Trainers have been approved by CAMS-care so that you or your organization will receive a gold standard training experience. A CAMS Trainer is required to demonstrate deep subject matter expertise and maintain certification as a Trainer with CAMS-care every two years. All of our Trainers have impressive credentials and have been using the CAMS Framework for many years to treat people with serious suicidal thoughts. CAMS Trainers remain current with the latest developments in CAMS research.
CAMS Trainers are listed by country. If there is not a Trainer in your country, we will be happy to provide training from another location or work with you to establish a training hub in your country. For any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Josephine Au, Ph.D.
Amy Brausch, Ph.D.
Natalie Burns, LCSW
Samantha Chalker, Ph.D.
Kevin Crowley, Ph.D.
Jennifer Crumlish, Ph.D.
John Drozd, Ph.D. ABMP
Blaire Ehret, Ph.D.
Keith Jennings, Ph.D.
Kurt D. Michael, Ph.D.
Melinda Moore, Ph.D.
Brad Singer, LCSW
Raymond P. Tucker, Ph.D.
Eoin Galavan, Ph.D.
Dr. Sarah Thompson
Dr. Sarah Thompson, BA, MSc, Dclin Psych is a Senior Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Schema Therapist and private practitioner. Sarah has worked for over 10 years in public adult mental health settings, utilising the CAMS with adults with significant mental health difficulties, older adults and a refugee and asylum seeker population, working with both inpatients and outpatients.
Sarah worked within the Suicide Assessment and Treatment Service (SATS) in a community adult mental health setting since its inception in North Dublin from 2013 to 2015. Sarah is a trained DBT therapist and specialises in third wave therapies for complex difficulties, including DBT, ACT and predominantly Schema Therapy. She is a guest lecturer on the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology in Trinity College Dublin and Turning Point psychotherapy course.
Her specialist areas of interest include the CAMS, suicidality, personality difficulties, trauma, psychosis and Critical approaches.
Remco (R.F.P.) de Winter, MD PhD
Remco (R.F.P.) de Winter, MD PhD is a psychiatrist and chairman of the medical directorate of mental health institution Rivierduinen. He is a senior researcher at the Free University (VU, Amsterdam), Faculty of Clinical Psychology and the Parnassia academy. He is a lecturer at the RINO Amsterdam.
His scientific work mainly concerns suicide prevention in mental health and the sub-differentiation of suicidality (see www.suicidaliteit.nl).
He is involved in national strategies for suicide prevention (guidelines, board member SUPRANET, etc.) and the development of treatment innovation. He has, in collaboration with Marieke de Groot PhD, introduced and translated CAMS for the Netherlands.
Until 2020, he was the Dutch national representative for the International Association for Suicide Prevention for the maximum term of 8 years.