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2021 Suicide Prevention Summit

  • 24 Jul 2021
  • 25 Jul 2021
  • Online

The 2021 Suicide Prevention Summit (livestreamed July 24 & 25) brings together 10 highly respected experts on suicide prevention into one online specialized event. 

You can learn online from the comfort of your home. And registration is entirely free.

The Summit covers a range of topics, including clinical interventions, supporting marginalized and at-risk communities, zero suicide, military and veteran suicide prevention, supporting suicidal youth and their families, men’s suicide prevention, assessment, and more. 

You can learn more and register here: https://www.mentalhealthacademy.net/suicideprevention/aca

Here are the experts you’ll be learning directly from: 

  • Dr. David A. Jobes (The Catholic University of America)
  • Dr. DeQuincy Lezine (Prevention Communities)
  • Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas (United Survivors International)
  • Dr. Craig Bryan (Ohio State University)
  • Dr. Bonnie Goldstein (Lifespan Learning Institute)
  • Dr. John Sommers-Flanagan (University of Montana)
  • Dr. Cirecie West-Olatunji (Xavier University of Louisiana)
  • Dr. Jonathan Singer (Loyola University Chicago)
  • Victor Armstrong (NC Department of Health and Human Services)
  • Wykisha McKinney (Community Mental Health)

Registrations for the Summit close soon. Please register now to secure your place.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Mental Health Academy’s friendly support team on help@mentalhealthacademy.net.

Please share this invitation with colleagues and industry contacts who may be interested in the Summit. Just forward this message to them. 

Attendees will gain access to CE Certificates containing details about the program. Counselors (including NCCs & LPCs), LMHFTs and other professionals whose Boards accept NBCC Approved CE can accrue up to 10 CE Credits. 

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