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Learn foundational knowledge and approaches to supporting someone who is having thoughts of suicide.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Greater confidence in having conversations about suicide.
  • The ability to recognize signs that someone may be having thoughts of suicide.
  • Knowledge and application of the CPR Support acronym to clearly ask about suicide, assess risk, and create an effective safety plan.

Outline:

  • Statistics on suicide in Canada
  • Myths and misconceptions around suicide
  • Specific risk factors determining the¬†likelihood of a suicide attempt
  • Recognizing emotional and behavioural signs of suicidal thoughts
  • CPR Support acronym as a guide for conversations about suicide
  • Risk¬†assessment staircase – tiered responses to different likelihoods of suicide attempts
  • Conversations maps – practical examples of how to apply these skills
  • Suicide intervention flowchart – decision making guide
  • Practice scenarios
  • Helpful resources

Ratings and Reviews

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Liubov OKUN
Posted 3 weeks ago
Thank you

Thank you for a great opportunity to learn more about suicide

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Asma Nargis
Posted 3 weeks ago
It was very well organized and help me to handle with the client who has suicidal thoughts.

It was a very well-organized and resourceful course and very effective for settlement workers in handling clients who had suicidal thoughts. Here, it clearly describes the process, steps, and responsibilities of a case worker to deal with the people who have that suicidal thought, thanks.

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Tayyaba Sultana
Posted 3 weeks ago
The suicide intervention training

The suicide intervention training I completed was very updated and highly effective. It incorporated the latest research and best practices, using interactive role-playing, real-life case studies, and multimedia presentations. For example, we practiced direct conversations about suicidal thoughts through role-playing, which boosted our confidence and skills. The course also emphasized recognizing

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Taige Sun
Posted 4 weeks ago
How to discuss the topic of suicide and a general mode of intervention

The question and conversation tips are very useful, so is the modelled approach to suicide intervention. It helps me to better identify the stage of urgency and react properly.

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Swaati Kumar
Posted 4 weeks ago
It is important to know suicide intervention to better help the clients and others around us having thoughts of suicide

I liked the course. It was well woven and explained in an organized manner.

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Maryna Onuwaje
Posted 4 weeks ago
I got a lot of information.

I like videos, I think it's more easy to understand when you watch them.

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Pamela Hamlin Kritzer
Posted 3 months ago
Extremely important information for everyone to have

Very valuable information in an easy to understand format! Highly recommend!

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Nicolette Larson
Posted 3 months ago
Informative Course

The information was presented clearly and concisely. The format was easy to follow and the infographics were helpful.

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Brent McKee
Posted 3 months ago
Levels of risk

Very clear layout

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justin argame
Posted 4 months ago
very informative

nothing

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