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Youth suicide: informational workshops designed for gatekeepers: caregivers, secondary school personnel and graduate counselling students

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(Project) M.Ed.
Date created
2008
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The project offers essential comprehension of suicide, gatekeeper intervention, and informational frameworks for workshops on youth suicide intervention suitable for caregivers, secondary school personnel, and graduate counselling students. The information is based on best practice research, common field practice concerns, and basic facilitation concerns. Each workshop is a full day of psycho-education, values exploration, and experiential intervention activities. Participants will learn about suicide warning signs, interviewing skills, gatekeeper intervention, postvention strategies, and needed community resources. Keywords: gatekeeper, suicide intervention, youth, graduate counselling students, caregivers, secondary school personnel, Aboriginal, cultural sensitivity
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