Suicide First-Aid 2018 Conference
You are invited to join some of the UK's' leading campaigners and practitioners, to celebrate the value of suicide prevention education programmes, as used within multiple communities across Wales and the UK.
This unique event features internationally recognised and accomplished speakers, now confirmed and including
- Jonny Benjamin MBE and Neil Laybourn, “The Stranger on the Bridge” Channel 4, Finding Mike ‘Rethink Mental Illness”, ‘Heads Together” - personal intervention, recovery and campagning for positive mental wellbeing
- Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Hurley, Head of Crime, South Wales Police - Bridgend Lead Investigator - Suicide First-Aid, effecting change in public services
- Karen Smith, Head of Wellbeing, University College of London - positive mental wellbeing and suicide prevention in academic populations
- Nicola Abraham, Chief Executive, Jacob Abraham Foundation, Cardiff - suicide prevention and postvention services in South Wales
- Dr Paul Rogers: independent evaluation academic and clinical psychologist specialising in CBT, EMDR & PTSD and suicide prevention
The morning event will include opportunities to network with colleagues and campagners, learn more about how to become involved in the provision of education programmes within your work, and celebrate the positive outcomes that result from excellence in the promotion of positive mental health and suicide prevention education across communities.
Register now with Eventbrite, places are limited, Early Bird delegate fee £15 to cover costs of event hospitality (refreshments and brunch). This is not-for-profit event, with limited places available.
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