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Two experienced counsellors will walk you through how to gain clarity and skills in your role as a support person.
What do you do when you suspect a person is suicidal? Do this course.
This comprehensive course is written and presented by two very experienced counsellors and covers everything from first response through to self care.
The course is suitable for anyone who is in contact with a suicidal person and wants to up-skill in their ability to manage the situation. This may be lay-workers, parents, friends, police, aMbulance staff, school teachers etc. Anyone!
Section 1: Self awareness, stance, warnings.
Section 2: Warning signs, Suicide intent versus risky behavior, Statistics, Legal Requirements in New Zealand.
Section 3: Risk assessment. Low, Medium, and High interviews and debriefs.
Section 4: Risk Management, Support network.
Section 5: Self Care, Boundaries.
Do this course, now, so you respond at the best of your ability if the opportunity arises, and know that you have lifetime access to this course for reference.
What are the requirements?
Don't take this course if you are suicidal. Please contact a 24hr helpline, or a trusted friend, family, or counsellor.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 28 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Respond in confidence
See the signs of suicidal thinking and behaviour
Have peace amidst the storm
Know how to support
Know New Zealand law around reporting
Know when to breach confidence
What is the target audience?
Not for those experiencing suicidal ideation
Not for those triggered by conversations around suicide
Lay support workers
Professional support workers
Friends of those with suicidal thinking/behaviour
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