Annual Professional Development Day

LMSPC Annual Professional Development Day

LMSPC Annual Professional Development Day

LMPSC is dedicated to raising awareness and increasing knowledge of suicide prevention and intervention in the community.

LMSPC has been active in the community raising awareness and increasing knowledge and skills to respond to suicide risk. Based upon feedback from the community LMSPC will now be hosting an annual professional development day.

Each year our professional development day will address an issue of importance to the community related to suicide. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network and learn more about community programs and services.

If you have a topic of interest that you would like LMSPC to consider for future PD Days please email us at info@lmspc.ca

LMSPC is a not-for-profit that relies on the financial support of the community. All proceeds from the event will support ongoing LMSPC activities.

2017 Professional Development Day

Postvention: A Community Response in the Aftermath of Suicide

When: Friday Feb 24th, 2017

Location:

Goodwill Building, 3rd Floor, 255 Horton Street London, ON

Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (registration begins at 9am)

Cost: $125/p (includes lunch & refreshments)

Payment due upon registration

This trauma informed workshop is intended to provide an overview of grieving in the wake of a death by suicide.  Participants will learn

  • 1) Contemporary approaches to the grieving process
  • 2) Understanding the effects of trauma
  • 3) Exploring the unique features of suicide bereavement
  • 4) Learn the compassionate formula for “healing in helping”

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2016 Annual Professional Development Day

The “ASK” Workshop

Assessing for Suicide in Kids

What you will learn:

  1. What do young children really understand about death and/or suicide?
  2. Children may consciously or unconsciously signal that they are at risk for suicide;
  3. How to talk with a child about death and suicide;
  4. New research exists about risk factors, protective factors, and how they interact;
  5. How to use what you learn about risk and protective factors to begin safety planning;
  6. How to work with parents and other helpers to increase safety;
  7. Advocating for a child at risk of suicide.

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Free Webinar – Suicide and the Adolescent Brain

LMSPC will begin by examining the myths regarding adolescent suicide and the magnitude of the problem. We will explore the intersection between adolescent brain development, mental wellness and suicide risk.

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2015 Annual Professional Development Day

Welcome to LMSPC’s 1st Annual Professional Development Day

LMSPC is proud to present Dr. Andrew Ekblad PhD. Clinical Psychologist for our first annual professional development day. Dr. Ekblad will be discussing recent research, protocols and techniques for working with individuals experiencing acute or chronic suicidality.
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