Suicide to Hope

When 7 June at 9:00am to 5:00pm, 2018
Provided by Community Links
Description Clinicians and other professional helpers know that encountering suicide is an inevitable and significant part of their work. However, many lack confidence for this role and feel inadequately prepared. suicide to Hope offers a unique training opportunity to improve helpers’ preparation to provide effective suicide care.
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes Through interactive learning and practice, participants will learn to: • Reflect on their qualities as helpers—the beliefs, values and attitudes they bring to the helping relationship—and how these impact on the effectiveness of their work; • Describe key features of a hope-oriented, recovery and growth approach to suicide; • Understand a framework for finding and exploring recovery and growth opportunities in suicide experiences; and • Apply a Pathway to Hope (PaTH) model for setting and working toward recovery and growth goals.
Suitable for The workshop is for clinicians and other professional helpers who are, or would like to be, involved in ongoing suicide care for people, once they are safe. It assumes that participants are familiar with suicide intervention and can provide suicide first aid. While LivingWorks’ ASIST is not a prerequisite, it is recommended as one way to learn suicide first aid and provides background for suicide to Hope’s learning processes and tools.
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Cost £150 per delegate