How to help suicidal people
Learn how to approach your loved one in a safe and compassionate way. This course will teach you about the suicidal mind, what to avoid, the 'red flag' warning signs, risk and protective factors and practical interventions that will empower you to support your loved one.
Taught by Paula Fontenelle. Since the loss of her father, she has dedicated her life to preventing suicide.
Paula is a psychotherapist and the author of the book "Understanding Suicide: living with loss, paths to prevention," a finalist of the Brazilian Book Award. She hosts the podcast "Understand Suicide," ranked as one of the top 3% most popular podcasts in the world.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This course was designed for people who are willing to help loved ones and friends who struggle with suicidal thoughts or previous attempts. These lessons can also improve one's awareness of how the suicidal mind responds to life's difficulties from the perspective of their inner conflicts.
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Myths and misunderstandings about suicide, breaking down biases, elements related to suicide, cultural impact, triggers, and personal traits associated with self-inflicted death.
After taking this course, you will feel prepared to take action in a safe and compassionate way. You will learn about their mental state, how it impacts their view on life, and learn practical tools on how to help them.