North-East Scotland Regional Webinar – “Stop Suicide: How to Support Someone in Distress”

Join Kate Beed in the next BSLM public regional meeting, exploring how to stop suicide and support someone in distress

Join us for a talk on the 18th of January presented by Kate Beed to learn more about how to support people who may be in distress. This talk will be open for everyone so if this topic interests you, feel free to come along. A summary of the talk can be found below:

“After tragically losing her sister to suicide six years ago, Kate was determined to understand more about how we can spot the signs that someone is struggling and what to do to help that person inn the moment. Kate now works for CPSL Mind, training people in the local community, including GPs and nurses, on how to support someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts.”

If this interests you, click here to register

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