Wellness - Suicide Prevention Awareness - Skills for Frontline Workers

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This 3 hour, interactive session will help people understand the mental health drivers that can cause suicidal thoughts and to recognise the signs that someone may be feeling suicidal early on. The course also provides people the confidence to support other vulnerable people and reduce the risk of a suicide attempt being made.


Learning outcomes:
Increased understanding of suicide
Skills to promote supportive communication
Increased awareness of the needs of a suicidal person
Skills to effectively and confidently support a person at risk of suicide
Increased awareness of importance of self-care for good mental health
Strategies for Building Resilience and increasing hope
An Increased knowledge of referral pathways
Essential practical knowledge, skills and confidence to support a person at risk of suicide

Who should attend:
The course is aimed at frontline workers who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of this very important subject with the aim of helping others. The training will also be useful to anyone who may come across someone (a friend, a family member, a colleague, a member of the public, a stranger) who appears to be struggling with life.

This course will be delivered by Mind in the City Hackney and Waltham Forest


September 17th, 2020 2:00 PM   through   5:00 PM
Zoom online "Training"
United Kingdom

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Phone: 07377502474
Phone: 020 7923 1962

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