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Suicide to Hope Recovery and Growth Workshop

Thursday, April 12, 2018   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, workshop, prevention, suicide

Are you working with people who have recently attempted suicide or are self harming with suicide intentions? A-OK invites you attend this Suicide to Hope (Recovery and Growth) training workshop in Christchurch.

Date: Thursday 31st May 2018.
Time: 9am to 5pm.
Location: To be confirmed.
Cost: $350 plus GST per person. Subsidised price starts from $225.

This internationally recognised Recovery and Growth workshop provides clinicians and other professionals with skills to help persons previously at risk. The workshop is structured around a three phase Pathway to Hope (PATH) model.

Register online now for this Suicide to Hope workshop as spaces are limited!

The workshop aims to strengthen hope by increasing the ability of helpers to hear, understand and work with the wants and needs of persons recovering from and growing through suicide. Participants at the workshop will be able to:

  • describe how suicide experiences provide an opportunity for recovery and growth work;
  • recognise how their Helper Qualities might impact recovery and growth work;
  • understand a schematic of common issues and related recovery and growth opportunities; and
  • apply a model for setting recovery and growth goals, and a framework for monitoring and coordinating recovery and growth work.

Download an information sheet about the Suicide to Hope Recovery and Growth workshop [PDF].

About the course provider, A-OK

A-OK are a registered provider of LIVINGWORKS programs in NZ. They are a collective of experienced, registered trainers from various sectors, who have been delivering these workshops in NZ, Australia, Asia, UK and USA since 2005. 

A-OK is endorsed and supported by LIVINGWORKS Australia and LIVINGWORKS Canada. They are proud to be the NZ providers of these internationally recognised workshops.

Find out more about A-OK.

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