Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training(ASIST)

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Event Description

Every year close to 3,700 people in Canada die by suicide. Though not all suicides can be prevented, some strategies can help reduce the risk, such as early recognition of the signs of suicidal thinking and offering appropriate intervention. This two-day interactive workshop will teach you how to identify and provide emergency support, increase safety, reduce risk and promote wellness and recovery for those who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviours. You will learn how to navigate societal and personal attitudes of suicide, recognize invitations for, and develop skills for intervention*.

Cost: $200 per person

Register today at:

https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CanadianMentalHealthAssociati_1/default/category.php?ref=883.0.7623758

*Must attend 9am-5pm on both days to receive a certificate

Additional Information

The cost of this workshop is $200.00 per person and tickets can be purchased on: https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CanadianMentalHealthAssociati_1/default/category.php?ref=883.0.7623758
This event takes places from 9am-5pm on February 20-21, 2020. Participants must attend fully on both days in order to receive a certificate from the Mental Health Commission of Canada

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

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Event Description

Every year close to 3,700 people in Canada die by suicide. Though not all suicides can be prevented, some strategies can help reduce the risk, such as early recognition of the signs of suicidal thinking and offering appropriate intervention. This two-day interactive workshop will teach you how to identify and provide emergency support, increase safety, reduce risk and promote wellness and recovery for those who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts or behaviours. You will learn how to navigate societal and personal attitudes of suicide, recognize invitations for, and develop skills for intervention.

Cost: $200 per person

*This is a two-day course and both days must be completed

Oct 18: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Oct 19: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

to register, visit: https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CanadianMentalHealthAssociati_1/default/item.php?ref=883.0.180082711