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lgbtq+ Suicide Prevention Training

At The Collaborative Network, we place great importance on mental health support. Our LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention training program is an accredited course designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills to identify signs of crisis and offer timely support.

We have partnered with Blooming Mind to deliver this essential training.

By addressing the stigma surrounding suicide, we empower participants to provide life-saving assistance to loved ones, friends, or colleagues. Our comprehensive curriculum delves into the unique challenges encountered by the LGBTQ+ community, fostering empathy and understanding among participants.

Through interactive discussions and practical scenarios, attendees gain the confidence to approach and support those in distress effectively. We highlight the significance of open dialogue in breaking down stigma and fostering a culture of acceptance and support.

Join us in our mission to save lives and promote a culture of understanding.

 

Together, we can make a meaningful impact by advocating for mental health awareness and providing vital support to those who need it most.

We are proud to fund up to 10 places on this course thanks to The National Lottery funding.

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Our LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention training program covers a range of essential topics, including:

  1. Understanding Mental Health and Suicide:

    • The basics of mental health and its impact on individuals.

    • The prevalence and causes of suicide, with a focus on the LGBTQ+ community.

  2. Identifying Signs of Crisis:

    • Recognizing the warning signs and risk factors of suicide.

    • Understanding the unique challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals.

  3. Effective Communication:

    • Techniques for initiating sensitive conversations about mental health.

    • Building trust and creating a safe environment for dialogue.

  4. Providing Immediate Support:

    • Practical steps to take when someone is in crisis.

    • How to offer emotional support and connect individuals with professional help.

  5. Breaking Down Stigma:

    • Strategies for addressing and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide.

    • Promoting open dialogue and acceptance within communities.

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