safeTALK for those who work with patients, students or clients

This safeTALK is for those professionals who work with people. Mental health professionals, peer-to-peer counselors, nurses, school counselors, teachers, and social work students.

Fri, 02/28/2020, 9:30 am-2:00 pm

richmond wellness center for suicide prevention training

Richmond Wellness Center, 1405 W Main St, Richmond, VA, 23220 (this is a lovely space suitable for training, exercise/dance, presentations, art or writing lessons)

$20 and includes lunch

Thanks to Runway2Life and donations from generous community members, we’re able to offer this class at a much lower cost.

CEUs are available for clinicians.

This one is for a specific group but safeTALK is … Read more...

safeTALK training completed!

People from all over Canada and the US including Florida, Montana, Michigan, Maryland, and Virginia (me) came to this training. Groups representing native Americans, LGBTQ people, the military, healthcare education, peer-to-peer support, government agencies, nonprofits, attended and became registered safeTALK trainers.

Using a simple yet effective model, LivingWorks safeTALK empowers everyone to make a difference. With over 120,000 people attending each year, it’s the world’s fastest-growing suicide prevention training.

LivingWorks safeTALK is a four-hour face-to-face workshop featuring powerful presentations, audiovisuals, and skills practice. You’ll learn how to prevent suicide by recognizing signs, engaging someone, and connecting them to an intervention … Read more...

Going to Canada for safeTALK training

My Pat Asch Fellowship for social justice is focused on youth suicide prevention in and around Richmond, Virginia. As part of that initiative and to add value to my speaking business, I wanted to become a safeTALK trainer which is a 3.5-4 hour evidence-based suicide prevention training.

It would also be an added value for speaking at colleges and possibly at conferences. I plan to take this into local communities and have more young people and adults trained in recognizing the signs of suicide.