Death Agency as Racial Justice and Community Care Training
It’s time for a radical shift in Suicide Prevention.
In this training, we begin to understand the concept of suicide as a multifaceted social justice issue and re-define the concept of mental health as a systemic factor.
By the end of the training, participants will have
- Distinguished between the concept of Death Agency and Suicide
- Expanded their perception of mental health to include systemic influences
- Highlighted sociocultural conditions that influence suicidal thinking in Latine and Black communities
- Practiced community care values through open-ended questions and strategies to support those expressing suicidal intent
Population: For therapists, social services providers, health care professionals, educators, high schoolers, and college students/staff.
Capacity: 20-40 participants max is ideal.
Delivery: This is a 9 hour virtual or in-person training spread across three days (3 hours per day).
Cost: $6000 for virtual version or $7000 for in-person version.
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Social Determinants of Latine and Black Mental Health Workshop Series