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The role of connectedness in suicide prevention

The role of connectedness in suicide prevention

Dr Katie McGill, will explore the role of connectedness in building connections to life and hope, where someone may be experiencing suicidality . She will reflect on the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide as a principle underpinning connectedness.

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Dr Katie McGill, will explore the role of connectedness in building connections to life and hope, where someone may be experiencing suicidality . She will reflect on the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide as a principle underpinning connectedness.

Consider:

  • The role of connectedness
  • Why connectedness matters
  • The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide (Joiner, 2005)
  • Flexibility versus doing it all
  • Synchrony and mutuality

Finally, we offer you 5 tips to enhance connectedness with others you may be working with.

You also have access to reading note and reflections workbook that accompanies the presentation.

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