Recognising and Responding to Self Harm and Suicide
Past event - Are you keen to attend if this is run again? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Self-harm and suicide are major issues among young people. Both issues need to be taken extremely seriously. There are a lot of myths about both topics that prevent a lot of people from getting the help they need. This evidence based, best practice workshop will empower you to help a young person who is self-harming or suicidal. Key learnings:
What is self-harm and why young people do it
Common myths and misconceptions will be addressed
How to spot the warning signs of someone who is suicidal
Are they just “seeking attention?”
Empower professionals to have the confidence to manage a suicidal crisis
Looking at suicide prevention with complex mental illness such as PTSD, childhood trauma and psychosis
The teenage brain and preventing copycats.
Facilitated by Michael Hempseed from The Collaborative
Tuesday 14th May 9:30am-12:30pm Venue: Oxford Terrace Baptist Church Cost: $15
This training will be delivered by the Collective a second time at a time that works for volunteers Ie. an evening or weekend. If you have interest in this second training, please let me know, then Ill be in touch later to find a date. email@example.com
This training will be limited to 40 spaces so register via the link below soon to avoid disappointment.