Pre-Prevention – Staying Ahead of the Struggle

Pre-Prevention - Staying Ahead of the Struggle
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded on: 2020-02-19
Unit 1 Slide Deck: Pre-Prevention, Staying Ahead of the Struggle
Unit 2 Recording: Pre-Prevention, Staying Ahead of the Struggle

Watching for the signs of suicidal ideation or post-trauma stress reactions is very important, but even better would be to learn how to manage the stressors as they come, in a fully preventive way, before they ever lead to suicidal thoughts.  Pre-prevention allows for healing along the way, dealing and managing with the really tough stuff as it comes, and staying as strong as possible through it all. This webinar/workshop will discuss ways to manage stress, how to handle trauma as it happens, growth that comes from pain, and staying actively involved in your own mental health management.

 

This is the first of a three-part series. Join us for:

 

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Audience Comments

  • “I liked the tone of the presenter and helpful ideas that did not make the person feel weak.” — Ty
  • “A much-needed reminder to have self-awareness and do self-assessments/take inventory to see what parts of your life are causing you the most stress.” — Tara
  • “The handout was excellent.” — Sean
  • “Amy is an incredible presenter, speaker, and trainer. She presented a workshop for us at our agency, and she was spot on with everything she presented. I came away from that seminar with additional information, as well as few great nuggets to use when I am working with victims, first responders, etc. I hope she comes back again!” — Richard
  • “Excellent: Another excellent Amy Morgan Production.” — Robert
  • “Coming from a law enforcement family and also dealing with the issue of suicide in my family, this was wonderfully practical help on dealing with things before they get out of hand. Thank you!” — Misty
  • “Very practical, down to earth advice.” –Raylene
  • “I thought Amy did a great job, very practical, very down-to-earth, very real, very do-able examples. I’m going to turn around and recommend this content to the Peer Support team to which I belong and the Wellness unit in our Service.” — Amanda

 

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