Trauma-Informed Approaches to Youth Suicide Prevention
“Childhood adversity and other forms of unresolved trauma are to the human operating system what viruses are to the computer brain.”
Dr. John Briere
- Why trauma and suicide?
- Elements of trauma
- The effects of trauma on our mental health
- How to shift focus from an at-risk to an at-promise perspective
- The neurophysiology of empathy
- Childhood trauma and suicide
- Tools for helping
If you are interested in having us present Trauma-Informed Approaches to Youth Suicide Prevention, please contact us at 250-753-2495, toll free at 1-877-753-2495, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include preferred dates and an estimate of how many attendees from your agency or business would participate. Thank you.
Please note that this customizable, three-hour workshop can be facilitated on our premises, at your location, or in a virtual environment.
Fee: $1000; Fee for nonprofit agencies: $750
Maximum Number of Participants: 24; Mininum: 8
Based on a workshop first presented in tribute to Crisis Line Awareness Week in 2014.
When registering for a VICS Community Education workshop, you help to financially support our Crisis Chat and Crisis Text services.