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Suicide Prevention: Building a Safety Plan

Description: Join Dr. Yvonne Bergmans from the Arthur Sommer Rotenberg Suicide and Depression Studies Program to learn about safety planning and how it relates to suicide prevention. Dr. Bergmans will guide participants through a suicide prevention safety plan template and go in-depth about what to incorporate and how to best use this template.

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Yvonne Bergmans,
Suicide Intervention Consultant at the Suicide Studies Research Unit of the ASR Chair in Suicide and Depression Studies Program

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