Strengthening protective factors and instilling hope: World Suicide Prevention Day webinar 2012
How Do We Talk About Suicide? (Part 2 of 2)
How Do We Talk About Suicide? (Part 1 of 2)
Pacific suicide special Part4 OF 4
Pacific suicide special Part3 OF 4
Pacific suicide special Part 2 of 3
Pacific suicide special Part1 OF 4
There is No 3G in Heaven - 4 Corners program on Youth Suicide
Socio-cultural Study of Suicide Attempters in the Chinese Immigrant Community of New York City
Youth Suicide - A documentary
Preventing Teen Suicide: What to Look For, What to Do
Strengthening protective factors and instilling hope: World Suicide Prevention Day webinar 2012http://www.spinz.org.nz | Researchers Professor G Luke Larkin and Dr Annette Beautrais from the University of Auckland discuss international evidence and national examples of approaches to strengthen protective factors that can reduce vulnerability to suicide and strengthen resilience.
How Do We Talk About Suicide? (Part 2 of 2)http://www.spinz.org.nz | Part 2 of a webinar with Professor Sunny Collings held on May 18, 2011. In this second part, we discuss how to support a suicidal person, both before and after an attempt, explaining suicidal behaviour and depression to children, and how to help someone expressing suicidal thoughts online
How Do We Talk About Suicide? (Part 1 of 2)http://www.spinz.org.nz | Part 1 of a webinar with Professor Sunny Collings held on May 18, 2011. In this first part, we discuss identifying when someone is at risk, and how to get them to open up about their feelings of depression and self-harm
Pacific suicide special Part4 OF 4Tagata Pasifika Special
Pacific suicide special Part3 OF 4Tagata Pasifika Special
Pacific suicide special Part 2 of 3Tagata Pasifika Special
Pacific suicide special Part1 OF 4Tagata Pasifika Special
There is No 3G in Heaven - 4 Corners program on Youth SuicideOne suicide is a tragedy. But what happens when a community is rocked by a series of suicides, one after another, all of them young people? Do the families mourn in private, fearful that expressing their grief publicly could result in more deaths? Or does the community come together, so that individual families can tell their stories and in turn do something to combat the insidious face of depression and its consequences?
Socio-cultural Study of Suicide Attempters in the Chinese Immigrant Community of New York CityThis presentation discusses the outcome of a pilot study of suicide attempters in the Chinese immigrant community of New York City. Based on the narratives of 31 adult participants who were of low socio-economic background but varied in age, gender and immigrant status, the study delineated a common pathway of their suicide attempts as a culmination of an interactive process of stressors, mental illness, and diminutive help-seeking behavior that was compounded by immigrant-specific issues, cultural meanings of distress and social barriers to resources.
Youth Suicide - A documentaryIn this documentary we look at the issue of youth suicide. We created it as a project for college.
Preventing Teen Suicide: What to Look For, What to DoSchool staff and teachers can sometimes be the first adults able to observe obvious signs and symptoms of depression and/or other mental health issues in adolescents. This web conference serves to do just that. Participants will not only gain greater awareness of both depression and suicidal ideation in teens but will learn practical skills to safeguard both their students and own children.