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What would inspire you to learn about suicide prevention?

8th December @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Suicide is a conversation that we often move away from.

It can be hard, yet research strongly supports speaking out can save lives. If we can stay open to recognising that suicide is a preventable death, finding ways to have meaningful conversations is really important.

Your considered thoughts and views in this session will be really appreciated. Be kind to yourself before, during and after the session and think about what will give you support should you feel triggered.

It is however a business related session and the focus is on how to inspire people to start conversations.

Given that so many of the population spend so much of our lifetime in the workplace, we can’t escape the reality that in many large organisations there are suicides. The ripple effect this has across the workplace are significant.

It’s also a significant factor for those who run their own businesses who can very easily become isolated.

Anne Archer is a certified Suicide First Aid practitioner (SFA) UK whose business is focused on enabling people at work to thrive. She looks at the full spectrum of mental health from suicide prevention through to supporting high achievers with good mental fitness to enable their teams.

To further facilitate her work and help us all to be more proactive in suicide prevention, Anne would like our help to find the answers to these questions:

  • What would inspire you to learn about Suicide prevention?
  • Where would you go if you wanted to learn about Suicide prevention?
  • What are you most afraid of when it comes to conversations about suicide?

This is a free session, open to all who are interesting in helping with this topic.

Please book your place on Zoom 


8th December
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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