28 marzo 2017 presso United States Naval Hospital Naples, Italy a Gricignano d’Aversa.
Every year more people die by suicide than from all of the several armed conflicts around the world. In many places, more die from suicide than in traffic accidents. For every suicide, there may be up to 100 times more who are injured by non-fatal suicidal behaviors. In any year, as many as 6% of the population have serious thoughts about sucide.
How can further deaths and injuries be prevented?
How can we support people to choose life when something prevents them from seeing a way forward?
Most people considering suicided share their distress and their intent. Training can help us see an respond to these invitation to help. It can give you the confidence to ask about suicide if you are concerned about someone’s safety. It can provide you witht the tools to help prevent immdeiate risk of suicide.
ASIST provides practical training for caregivers seeking to precent the immediate risk of suicide.
Working mostly in small groups of one trainter to no more than 15 participants, ASIST use many different teaching processes to creat a practice-oriented and iteractive learning experience.
The emphais of the ASIST workshop is on suicide first aid, on helping a person at risk stay safe and seek further help. Attendence at the full two days is manditory.
Workshop instruction starts promptly at 0830 and finishes at 1630. Please ensure that you are able to attend for the entire time.
You will Receive a Certification at the end of the workshop.