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Suicide Prevention Webinar Series

Webinar Series meant to help school communities build networks of safety to help prevent suicide

Building a Network of Safety for School Communities Suicide Prevention Webinar Series

November 17, 2020

Mara Madrigal-Weiss, San Diego County Office of Education and Monica Nepomuceno, California Department of Education

A Leader's Guide to Fostering Mental Wellness & Building School Community Cultures of Connection Learn to conduct staff wellness checks, implement workplace stigma reduction practices, and receive concrete examples to build school community cultures of connection.

December 15, 2020

Dr. Joyce Chu, Palo Alto University

Be Sensitive, Be Brave for Mental Health: A Foundational Guide to Mental Health and Mental Illness Learn to recognize mental illness, how to support someone in need, and tools for maintaining good mental health and preventing mental challenges.

January 26, 2021

Dr. Shashank Joshi, Stanford University

Effective Postvention Practices in School Communities Explore effective suicide postvention practices as a critical part of the prevention continuum. By identifying and supporting the mental health needs of surviving students and staff, postvention can help people cope with loss and reduce the risk of contagion.

February 23, 2021

Ahmad Bahrami, Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health Farrah McGovern, Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and Brandy Lidbeck, Fresno Cares

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work: How Collaboration can Improve Prevention Efforts Fresno County Suicide Prevention Collaborative (Fresno Cares) will share how coordinating county wide resources, supports, and trainings can prevent suicides.

March 23, 2021

Dr. Shashank Joshi, Stanford University

Improving Suicide Prevention Practices in School Communities Learn to improve your school’s suicide prevention practices, programs, and resources to help school staff recognize and support students who may be contemplating suicide.

April 27, 2021

Julia Agostinelli, California Department of Educationand Jan Sczersputowski, Directing Change

Social and Emotional Learning - A Valuable Tool in Suicide Prevention Explore how Social and Emotional Learning can increase protective factors and reduce risk factors associated with suicide in children and youth.

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