Designed for parents and teaching staff at elementary, middle and high schools, Learning to Prevent Teenage Suicide will help participants:
- Open a dialogue about suicide with teens.
- Identify the risk factors of teens at risk of suicide.
- 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 training is designed by a doctor of psychology specializing in childhood trauma and a certified Master ASIST Trainer, and is taught by a certified Master ASIST Trainer.
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.