Managing a young person in crisis, understanding self-harm, and suicide prevention with young people
Hope Church, Middle Brook Centre, Middle Brook Street, Winchester SO23 8DQ
What is this about?
Supporting young people in crisis – dealing with self-harm and suicide prevention.
Who is this for?
Schools, Social Services, GPs and youth organisations, Police, Paediatric and A&E Staff, etc.
Key note speaker: Dr Rachel Gibbons, Consultant Psychiatrist and Consultant Medical Psychotherapist – With over 20 years experience in the NHS, she has been working on suicide over the last 12 years. She was the Suicide Lead for Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust, a founding member of the Haringey Suicide Prevention Group, and Clinical Lead for the London Transport Police Suicide Prevention Team.
Further workshops include:
Gwennan Harrison-Jones, Headteacher CAMS Hill School – The school experience of losing a young person to suicide, the aftermath, how the school has changed to make it suicide aware/creating open and caring cultures where young people feel safe to talk
Dr Natalie Roberts, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Hampshire CAMHS – ‘Teenage Turmoil’, Understanding Adolescence
Dr Emily David, Clinical Psychologist, Hampshire CAMHS – ‘CARE Workshop’, distress tolerance and managing crisis, responses from adults
Mary and Mark – parents share their experience of being bereaved by suicide
£60 per person which includes refreshments, lunch, and a resource pack.
8.30-9.15 – Arrival, coffee, networking and information stands
9.15-9.30 – Welcome and introduction to the day
9: 30-9.45 – Table conversations – ‘What has brought you here today?’, ‘What are you hoping to learn/find out more about?’
9.45-10.05 – Personal testimony from parents who have been bereaved by suicide
10.05-10.45 – Teenage Turmoil – Dr Natalie Roberts
10.45-11.15 – CARE Workshop – Dr Emily David
11.15-11.40 – Coffee, networking and stands
11.45-12.15 – Adult responses workshop
12.15-12.40 – Discussion / scenario / problem solving exercises
12.40-1.00 – Gwennan Harrison-Jones, Headteacher, CAMS Hill School
1.00-1.30 – Lunch
1.30-2.15 – Keynote speaker: Dr Rachel Gibbons – The 8 Truths about Suicide
2.15-2.30 – Q&A
2.30-3.30 – Forum Theatre – How to respond to a young person in crisis
3.30 – Tea break
3.45-4.00 – Organisations that can help and support young people, stands, people sharing
4.00 – Closing remarks
(subject to change)
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS)
Police and Crime Commissioners
Yellow Brick Road Projects
Winchester and District Samaritans
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide
Mental Health Support Teams
Standard ticket price £60 per person, which includes refreshments, lunch, and a resource pack.
Payment for your ticket must be made by bank transfer. We will send you further details after you have reserved your place.
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