Suicide Prevention Workshop

Suicide Prevention Program Presents:

Helping Others to Live

Discover the misconceptions and myths of suicide, how to find warning signs, and the do’s and dont’s of how to help.

Research shows people who are having thoughts of suicide feel relief when someone asks after them in a caring way. Findings suggest acknowledging and talking about suicide may reduce, rather than increase suicidal ideation.

Led by:

  • Counselor Emily Canto
  • Disability Support Specialist Hilary Phelps

Check your school email for the link to join.

 

Date

Mar 10 2021
Expired!

Time

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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