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Amelia Lehto
Suicidologist. Crisis Response. MH Advocate. Chef. Storyteller. Optimist. Nature Enthusiast. Survivor. Mother. Comedian. All opinions are my own.
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Amelia Lehto Jun 16
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do!
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karen unrue 2 Dec 16
Be yourself today, defy convention, be the wierd and wonderful you that you are!
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Anusha Mathur Jun 13
A1 This past Tuesday I did an outreach with , to teenagers at about my experience with suicide prevention. Students WANT to learn how to be and
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Joelle Marie Jun 3
When people tell me I'm not allowed to be mad or suppress the right to be angry- and also assign all these "bad" things to feeling anger as a genuine response- it makes me feel silenced and manipulated. Anger isn't bad. Pretending it doesn't exist is destructive and corrosive.
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Boží Jun 9
Ain’t nothing we could do once we’ve outgrown each other
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Erik Reinbergs Jun 9
New meta-analysis suggests providing education directly to students significantly decreases attempts at 3 & 6 months post - but no significant effect on attempts from teacher focused gatekeeper training
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Stacey Williams Jun 6
Excited to host, Missouri’s 3rd Zero Suicide Academy, healthcare organizations from all over the state in attendance to learn how to implement suicide safer care in their system
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Jun 6
Replying to @Lenaschatz
On a systems level, we can support inclusive programs that support during the . By donating to organizations that provide youth w/ resources, or supporting these efforts through volunteering, etc, there are many ways adults can support safer spaces for young people.
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Jun 6
Replying to @Lenaschatz
If you have a young person in your life, can be a great time to reconnect, to spend time with the young person doing what they like to do or even helping make their preferred activities possible (i.e.: maybe helping ease financial burden?).
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Jun 6
It seems like a good time to remind us that shouldn’t take a summer break. A lot of youth efforts are directed at systems, but many young people face additional challenges during months: disconnection from peers, hunger, ...
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Lifestyle & Wellness Jun 4
Things you should NEVER apologize for: • Crying • Depression/Anxiety • How you feel • Needing/asking for help • Expressing your opinion • Taking time to regain peace • Having high standards • Being sensitive/emotional • Trusting your intuition • Being yourself
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Molly 🌟 Jun 4
Please don’t speak badly of the nhs or people who work for it, we (the majority of employees) are really trying our hardest, but working for a service which isn’t respected by the people who run our country is very difficult, we are trying our hardest 🌟
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Annemarie Matulis Jun 5
Suicide prevention signs at Israeli stations provide hotline to call during crises
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HealthKET Jun 5
Connections: welcomes from to discuss youth suicide prevention. Video + article:
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Dr.Bart Andrews@BHR Jun 5
Deleted a tweet referencing this story - turns out this was not true. Relieved and setting the record straight
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Lena Heilmann, Ph.D. Jun 4
“Research has found that a lack of among can be a predictor for . Sleep-deprived are also >8x more likely to omit a crucial patient-care issue. Extended shifts even put people at risk outside the .”
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MO Coalition of CBH Jun 5
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend today’s training! We love working with our members, Missouri medical centers, and communities on .
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Amelia Lehto Jun 5
My schedule is packed but taking a minute to watch new special. Watching someone do what they love and obviously enjoying it is absolutely special, the weird factor doesn't hurt either
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Berkshire Coalition for Suicide Prevention Jun 3
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Barry Bradford Jun 4
Therapy in the office: banks take fight in-house ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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