Suicide Prevention: What Works in Colorado Springs
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Event Date: 10/28/2017 - 10/28/2017
Suicide Prevention | What Works in Colorado Springs
Presented by Colorado Counseling Association | Hosted by University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
As a community, we are consistently reminded that suicide affects families in Colorado Springs. Adolescents, veterans and aging adults may be at risk for considering suicide as an option to end pain, enact revenge, or permanently cope with temporary situations. Organized by the Colorado Counseling Association and sponsored by the Department of Counseling and Human Services, this event focuses on best practices for suicide prevention in our community. We will feature medical, school and mental health professionals who work in the Colorado Springs community. Suicide prevention practices in K-12 schools, on college campuses, and with our military community will be explored.
Join us Saturday, October 28th, 9:00am-12:00pm - Registration opens at 8:00am
University of Colorado - Colorado Springs - Upper Lodge
Parking- Details Posted Soon
Collaborate with counseling and mental health professionals from across Colorodo Springs
Breakfast and free parking are included in your registration fee.
$75.00 CCA Members
$100.00 Professional, Non-CCA Member
$35.00 CCA, Student Member
$50.00 Student, Non-CCA Member
Space is limited, so register today!
The Reality of Suicide in Colorado Springs
KEYNOTE: Dr. Leon Kelly, Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Forensic Pathologist
Introduction to Suicide Prevention: A Public Health Perspective
KEYNOTE: Dr. Robin Johnson, Specialist in Emergency Medicine
Suicide Prevention in K-12 Schools
Cory Notestine, Counseling and Postsecondary Coordinator in Colorado Springs School District 11
Suicide Prevention with Veterans
Kirsten Belaire, Behavioral Health Program Coordinator, Mt Carmel Center for Excellence
Suicide Prevention on College Campuses
Jesie Stefes, Staff Therapist, Gallogly Recreation and Wellness Center, UCCS