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Colette Ramsey 1m
The impact of trauma - it’s not what’s wrong with you, it’s what happened to you. Everyday is Suicide prevention day 🙏
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Fiona Jenkins 👩‍🏫 1m
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Colette Ramsey Oct 21
Break the stigma - Every day is Suicide prevention day 🙏
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RHIhub Oct 28
11/17 Part 1 of Webinar Series - Safety Planning and Means Restriction: Basics for Busy Providers
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Action Alliance Oct 28
People who have direct experience with suicide have an important role to play in . They can be powerful agents for challenging prejudice and generating hope for people at risk. Learn more via:
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Walker Tisdale Oct 28
has produced a very good guidance document on for communities, programs, or organizations. Strategic planning for suicide prevention makes this required reading—>
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Lady Maga USA 🇺🇸 Oct 27
Suicide rates are up in unusual ways. Sometimes it’s an overdose, other times a gun. Sometimes it’s pulling a weapon on a police officer and refusing to drop it.
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Jayne Bell 2h
Well my day started badly with no internet at home for planned Teams meetings. A quick dash to work followed by some energising conversations with and about the agenda in Wales. We are lucky to have them!
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American Psychiatric Association Oct 22
The COVID-19 pandemic presents ‘Urgent Opportunity’ to implement strategies (via )
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Evey Hammond Oct 27
. I have a mental illness. I may die with it. BUT I REFUSE TO DIE FROM IT. .
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Jonathan Singer Oct 28
ABFT, DBT & I-CBT are three family-based psychotherapies that reduce risk in adolescents. Why do they work? Which one is a good fit for your practice approach? Free access: #
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A.M. Roark Oct 27
Remember...You are loved. Someone WILL miss you. Lifeline: 800-273-TALK via
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HeyoBeMe Oct 26
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Melanie Oct 27
Well done for including the subject , in the books 'Growing up for boys' and 'Growing up for girls'. Suicide needs talking about. Thank you !! Ive bought one of each for son and friend.
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гօოყ | INCREDIBLE 😈🖤 5h
We've lost a friend by suicide yesterday. So everyone with suicidal thoughts : talk , reach out , search help , don't give up , fight !!! YOU ARE NOT ALONE🙌🖤
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Officer Randall Arsenault Oct 24
CAMH has launched a free mobile app called Hope. It provides tools and crisis resources to support and guide individuals who are experiencing thoughts of suicide. I downloaded and navigated through it, fairly user friendly. Thanks for sharing.
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MoveMENt 3h
And the of keep arriving. Brilliant to have join us last week to record this short video. Lynn knows the importance of bringing the conversation into the open & knows it can save lives. Talking works. Join us:
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Digby 19m
The present study examines 100 witnessed suicides that occurred between the years 2000 and 2009 in a non-military population.
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Nicole Fauteux Oct 26
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Mental Health Commission of Canada Oct 25
Next week! hosts 12 free webinars on current issues in , such as the impact of pandemics on suicides; postventions and supporting people bereaved by suicide; preventing suicidal contagion in small communities. Register:
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