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Safe and Accepted - LGBTQ Youth Suicide Prevention & Intervention

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Length of training can vary from 1-3 hours; participants include staff and teachers

The desired outcomes for this training are:

  • Increased understanding about why LGBTQ youth are at greater risk for suicide and self-harm
  • Heightened awareness of the warning signs for clinical depression & suicide
  • Enhanced ability to differentiate suicidal attempts and self-harm
  • Learn the steps for intervening with a student
  • Increased recognition of resources
  • "Best practices" for providers, schools, families, and individuals to increase support for these youth

For more information and to arrange training, please contact jwinslow@crisisclinic.org.

 

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