Suicide Prevention

Read the original article by Orygen here.   A guide to how parents and carers can help young people communicate safely online about suicide is now available in 11 languages.   The #chatsafe for parents and carers guide recognises that many young…
Like it or not, young people use social media all the time to talk about suicide-related thoughts, feelings and behaviours, says creator of #chatsafe, Orygen’s Head of Suicide Prevention Research, Associate Professor Jo Robinson.   “It’s really challenging, because although……
Hosted by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, this Webinar explores eMental Health and Indigenous Partnerships in Suicide Prevention. In particular, how Kids Help Phone uses e-mental health services to break down access barriers and data to inform its suicide prevention work.  Also…
Source:   Talking about suicide isn’t easy — the most important conversations rarely are — but as the Association québécoise de prévention du suicide (AQPS) reminds us, talking can save lives.   Increased stress, anxiety, and depression are all side-effects…

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