Breaking Through: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training – Trim, September 2016

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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a 2-day skills-based workshop that equips caregivers for an effective suicide intervention role. The emphasis is on suicide first aid – helping a person at imminent risk stay safe and seek further help. Participants reflect on their attitudes and beliefs about suicide and how these may affect their intervention role. They learn how to notice invitations for help and ask directly about suicide. An intervention framework is provided and modelled. This is followed by extensive opportunities to practice skills needed to implement the model. Community resources likely to promote life links and continuity of care are also identified.

The next ASIST programme will take place this September for those living or working in Co. Meath

*Please note participants have to complete a safe TALK Training workshop before attending an ASIST course.

Date:      Thursday 8th September and Friday 9th September  2016


Time:     9.00am-5.00pm


Venue:  Castle Arch Hotel, Summerhill Road, Trim, Co. Meath


Booking is essential. Email: familywellbeing.tfrc@gmail.com

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