Suicide Prevention Seminar
A college student survey showed that 95 percent of college students surveyed were bitter about their school's handling of a death because the school either did nothing or brought in outside, unfamiliar people. The familiarity and trust of the school family are critically important during a crisis or tragedy. This seminar will equip school personnel to effectively handle these situations, covering topics such as:
Cutting is the most prevalent form of non-suicidal self injurious behavior. Studies report rates as high as 47% in some adolescent community samples. This workshop will explore the prevalence, causation factors, appropriate and effective intervention strategies, treatment and prevention.
A Perspective on Cutting and other forms of