Supporting the Resilience of Suicide Loss Survivors

Vancouver Island Crisis Society: Supporting the Resilience of Suicide Loss Survivors

In honour of International Survivors of Suicide Day

Surviving the loss of a loved one, client, employee, or friend to suicide is a traumatic and, oftentimes, painfully lonely journey – one that might feel as if it is never ending. However, there are compassionate and helpful ways to best support the resilience in suicide loss survivors.

In commemoration of International Survivors of Suicide Day, Vancouver Island Crisis Society is offering Supporting the Resilience of Suicide Loss Survivors, an informative two-hour workshop that will explore the physiological, emotional and spiritual aspects of suicide loss and the impacts of loneliness, isolation, stigma, and bereavement on our emotional and physical health.

 

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
This new workshop will be presented
in Nanaimo, on November 25, 2019,
from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon,
at our Training Centre, 30 - 1708 Bowen Road

 

When registering for a VICS Community Education workshop, you help to financially support our Crisis Chat and Crisis Text services.

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