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29th June 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- Date: Thursday 29 June
- Time: 14:00 – 15:00
- Venue: Zoom (online) – webinar
Suicide is a coping strategy for severe mental illness that is difficult to manage. Since covid the world has been more open to the concept of suicide and strives to put in place support and strategies to those struggling. This webinar aims to address the concept and looks closely at what we can do to help and what could be in place to prevent this happening in the first place.
Training topics will include:
- What is suicide
- What does suicide support look like
- Resources and Strategies to support
- Documentation and the process in the workplace.
- To understand and be knowledgeable about suicide
- To be knowledgeable of how to support a young person or team member
- To be able to advice and support others within the guidance.
- Member Rate: £60
- Additional Member Delegate Fee: £20
- Non-member Rate: £120*
*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Hieda CPD and events, please click here.
Speaker: Sarah Ashworth, Schools and Families Programme Director, The Charlie Walker Trust
Sarah Ashworth is Director of Schools and Families Programmes and a member of the Charlie Waller team delivering consultancy and training in colleges and universities.
Sarah holds professional qualifications in counselling and psychotherapy, nutritional therapy and coaching. She is a Registered and Accredited Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) a Member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Over the last 30 years, Sarah has worked with a wide variety of individuals and groups, particularly children and young people. Prior to joining Charlie Waller, she led a multidisciplinary team as Head of Mental Health at the University of Warwick. Sarah continues to work in private practice and teaches counselling related and psychopathology modules at the University of Warwick and the University of Oxford.
A highly experienced mental health practitioner and educator, Sarah’s passion is supporting others to understand the multitude of biological, psychological and sociological factors which influence mental health and wellbeing, providing training and interventions to facilitate wellbeing at an individual and collective level.