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Counseling and Testing to Offer Trainings

January 14, 2021

ISU Counseling and Testing will offer several online trainings this month to help address mental health needs, including suicide prevention on campus and in the community. To take advantage of these trainings, participants must register online.

Talk Saves Lives
Friday, January 22, 10:00-11:30 a.m.
This is a 90-minute suicide prevention training based on the latest research. Participants will learn how to help prevent suicide by learning about risk factors, warning signs, and what to do to help. This training is open to everyone, including community members.
Register at https://www.isu.edu/ctc/training/suicideprevention/

RESPOND: Partnering for Campus Mental Health
Wednesday and Thursday, January 27 and 28, 12:30-4:30 p.m. (attendance at both days required)
RESPOND is an in-depth training for faculty and staff that helps improve knowledge of mental health issues and how to RESPOND to better support those who may be struggling. Join over 300 staff and faculty who have taken advantage of this popular training. Together, we can work to make ISU an even more supportive and safe community!
Register at https://www.isu.edu/ctc/training/respond/

Coping with Suicide Loss
Friday, January 29, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Losing a loved one to suicide can be a profoundly painful and isolating experience. The complexity of the emotions can feel overwhelming, and often survivors struggle to know who to talk to for fear others won't understand. In this presentation, we will discuss some of these factors, normalize reactions, and engage in a discussion designed to help participants gain greater understanding and support. This training is open to everyone, including community members.
Register at https://www.isu.edu/ctc/education-and-events/coping/

 

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