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12 November 2019 Fully Booked 1-day training solution teaching suicide intervention skills.  The course is also a qualification programme awarded by City & Guilds Institute. Upon satisfactory completion of a knowledge-based written assessment participants attain 6 NQF credits at level … Continue reading

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  17th  July 2019 1-day training solution teaching suicide intervention skills.  The course has been accredited by City & Guilds of London. Upon satisfactory completion participants attain 6 NQF credits at level 4. The National Qualification in Suicide Prevention 2013-18 … Continue reading

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  11th September 2019 Buckinghamshire 1-day training solution teaching suicide intervention skills.  The course is a qualification programme recognised and awarded by City & Guilds Institute. Upon satisfactory completion participants attain 6 QCF credits at level 4 and the national … Continue reading

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SFA: Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Interventions 9th August 2019  Fully Booked 1-day training solution teaching suicide intervention skills.  The course is a qualification programme recognised and awarded by City & Guilds Institute. Upon satisfactory completion participants attain 6 … Continue reading

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Joy Hibbins runs a charity Suicide Crisis, helping people who feel they can no longer cope.  

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  What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? Free article to download. PTSD has existed as a diagnosis for around 35 years. At the time when it came into force – and still today – it has been controversial. For … Continue reading

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Grief can be about anything: the loss of a relationship, job, financial status, house or loss of a friend, a family member, a spouse. Grief can also be related to loss of youth, beauty, strength or independence. A perceived loss … Continue reading

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New blood tests could herald the way forward for antidepressant medications. Yes, I’m a CBT therapist. But mostly, as taught to me at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London, I’m a pragmatic CBT Therapist. What matters when helping people with depression, … Continue reading

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New research shows the startling global prevalence of anxiety. The nightmare of suffering from anxiety is often overlooked with considerably more attention being given to depression and mood concerns. However, anxiety and depression are often interlinked and co-occur. New published research, led from researchers … Continue reading

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We spent 2 weeks building suicide-safer communities with multi agency professionals, as partners with CREDI, Catholic Religious Educational Development Institute. So proud to launch our Internationally Accredited Suicide Prevention Programme in Port of Spain, December 2014. We are working together … Continue reading

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