Sun, Jul 18 | Zoom

Workshop for Suicide Loss Survivors with Jack Jordan

A VIRTUAL WORKSHOP FOR SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE LOSS: FINDING HOPE & HEALING As a survivor of suicide loss, have you ever wanted to talk to a leader in the field of suicide bereavement? This is your chance to hear from Jack Jordan, a nationally recognized expert in suicide bereavement.
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Workshop for Suicide Loss Survivors with Jack Jordan

Time & Location

Jul 18, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Zoom

About the Event

Virtual Event Date: Sunday, July 18th  Time: 7 PM EST - 9 PM EST

Registration is required and space is limited so grab your spot today: afsp.wufoo.com/forms/mc83hj71smdr9l *This event is free thanks to the funds raised from our local Out of the Darkness Walks

A VIRTUAL WORKSHOP FOR SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE LOSS: FINDING HOPE & HEALING As a survivor of suicide loss, have you ever wanted to talk to a leader in the field of suicide bereavement? This is your chance to hear from Jack Jordan, a nationally recognized expert in suicide bereavement research and clinical practice.

This workshop will draw on the presenter’s years of experience as a grief counselor specializing in work with suicide loss survivors to describe the remarkable pathways of healing that survivors can travel.

This interactive workshop will also include ample opportunity for Q&A. This is a unique opportunity to bring your burning questions to this leading expert in suicide bereavement!

Topics will include: • Suicide “101”: facts & figures; framing the topic; risk factors • How Is Grief After Suicide Different?: prominent themes for survivors; family impact; post-traumatic growth; myths of grief recovery • How Can I Survive?: self-care; when to seek professional help; types of support for survivors

You can find a full listing of clinicians who have completed the Suicide Bereavement Clinician Training through AFSP here: afsp.org/suicide-bereavement-trained-clinicians and more resources for loss survivors at afsp.org/loss.

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