Monthly Archives: May 2010

ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Living Works Education offers suicide prevention training courses for all front-line gatekeepers of all disciplines. ASIST training is a 2 day, highly interactive, practice-oriented workshop that helps caregivers feel more confident and ready to intervene with someone who is experiencing … Continue reading

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National Center for Suicide Prevention Training

NCSPT is a joint project of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center. Visit the website, www.ncspt.org to view their online workshops that are available free of charge to anyone who wants to learn more … Continue reading

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CALM: Counseling on Access to Lethal Means

Reducing one’s access to lethal means is an important factor in preventing suicide. Visit the Harvard School of Public Health’s website at www.hsph.harvard.edu to learn more about their “Means Matters” program. The website contains educational information about reducing access to … Continue reading

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