Teenage Suicide Prevention

Learning to Prevent Teenage Suicide

Designed for anyone who works with or cares about children and teens, including parents, teachers, guidance counselors, school nurses, coaches and youth leaders

  • Identify the risk factors of children/teens at risk of suicide.
  • Open a dialogue about suicide with children and teens.
  • Develop the skills to support youth in emotional distress; actively listening, asking directly about suicide and intervening when needed.
  • Access to suicide prevention resources.

This clear and powerful training is designed to develop skills and confidence, empowering participants to help save lives.  The training was designed by a Master ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills) Trainer, and fully complies with  NJSA 18A:6-111 requiring all public school teaching staff members to complete two hours of instruction in suicide prevention.

$500 per group session. (No minimum/maximum participants. Group size may vary.)

To learn more about or to register for Learning to Prevent Teenage Suicide, please contact us.

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