Upcoming Webinar

Hope Healing and Resilience Two Perspectives: An Attempt Survivor and the Family Impacted

Annemarie Matulis and Tracey Medeiros have been working together for several years to develop practical peer to peer, self-care wellness workshops and documentaries for attempt and loss survivors together, as well as the family/friends impacted. During this webinar they will discuss:

  • A Voice at the Table: Their Monthly support group that brings attempt survivors, loss survivors and family members together for healing and recovery that evolved into a documentary 
  • This is the Night: Finding Inner Peace: A Self-Care Guide for Family and Friends Impacted by a Suicidal Crisis
  • Re-energize and Re-connect Workshops: a retreat-style workshop with a more interactive, hands-on approach to the healing process unique to those who have survived a suicide attempt or are healing from a loss.

Trauma Informing Suicide Prevention Webinar with Leah Harris

Check out this great webinar presented by Leah Harris, MA titled Trauma Informing Suicide Prevention: Science, Stories and Strategies.   

Leah Harris, M.A., is a mother and advocate and suicide attempt survivor who has written and spoken widely about her experiences of trauma, addiction, serious mental health challenges, and resilience. She serves as a member of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s Consumer/Survivor Subcommittee and is a member of the Zero Suicide Initiative Faculty. 

Potential for Growth: Recovery after Suicide Attempt

Check out this great webinar by Melinda Moore, Ph.D. and Shelby Rowe, M.B.A. on post-traumatic growth.

Dr. Melinda Moore is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University, where she is part of the core clinical faculty in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program. 

Shelby Rowe is the youth suicide prevention program manager for the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

Post-Traumatic Growth in Action

Hear from three inspirational people with lived experience how they transformed their experiences into helping other people.

Dr. DeQuincy Lezine, Dr. Ursula Whiteside, and David Measel, CPS, COAPS