Promoting Hope and Reasons for Living: Suicide Awareness, Prevention, and Response

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Date(s) - May 21, 2015
8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Lindner Center of HOPE Gym


A look at suicide, suicide assessment, interventions and the aftermath of suicide.

Half-Day Workshop for Leadership and Care Providers of Faith Communities

For:  Clergy, Faith-based Social Workers, Therapists, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals

Join us for a half-day discussion designed to strengthen your understanding of suicide and its impact on communities. You will learn about conducting a suicide assessment, the aftermath of suicide, talking with someone who may be suicidal or is a survivor of suicide, and other interventions.

Discussion sponsored by NAMI Southwest Ohio, NAMI Butler County and Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, Ohio

As colleagues and leaders in faith communities, often you are the ones called upon to counsel individuals coping with suicidal thoughts or those impacted by suicide. By enhancing your understanding of suicide, you can provide better support for them through faith.

2 CEUs credits: for doctors, nurses, social workers, LPCC, chaplains, and psychologists


Robin Thompson Arthur, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Chief of Psychology

Leah Casuto, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Staff Psychiatrist

Special guests, Christi and Dave Eaton to preview new movie Hope Bridge


Event cost

$25.00 by midnight April 21, 2015

Includes continental breakfast

$35.00 after April 21, 2015

Registration closes May 11, 2015

To register contact Pricila at 513-536-0318.