Mental Health First Aid interviewed on ABC News about their course relating to suicide. ABC News interviews Mental Health First Aid Australia CEO, Nataly Bovopoulos about our Mental Health First Aid for the Suicidal Person course.
Do you know how to help someone that is feeling suicidal? Learn practical skills to improve your confidence in our half-day course.
The 4-hour Mental Health First Aid for the Suicidal Person Course is based on our revised Mental Health First Aid Guidelines for Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviours. It is a stand alone course that complements the 12-hour Standard MHFA course, Blended MHFA Courses and the 14-hour Youth MHFA course.
What the Course Covers
Curriculum content is based on expert consensus guidelines developed with the Delphi method using both professional and consumer experts from English speaking developed countries. You will learn:
How to identify warning signs for suicide
How to confidently support a person in crisis
How to have a conversation with someone experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviours
At the completion of the course you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to safely have a conversation with a suicidal person.
Find out more on our website here https://mhfa.com.au/courses/public/types/suicide
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