FREE Online Suicide Prevention Summit April 12-14, 2019

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Join the largest Suicide Prevention online conference for mental health professionals ever held in Australia


To equip every practicing mental health professional in Australia with global best-practice knowledge and skills on suicide prevention, thereby making a tangible reduction on suicide rates.

Dear Mental/Allied Health Professional,

Suicide remains the leading cause of death for Australians aged between 15 and 44.

As a mental health professional, you are the frontline of defence, and you will be required to work with suicidality.

You must be prepared.

The purpose of this Summit is to equip practicing mental health professionals in Australia with the most up-to-date, advanced knowledge and treatment options on suicide prevention.

To achieve that, we’ve assembled 15 of the most highly respected global experts on suicide into one online specialised Summit.

Over 3 days, April 12-14, you’ll have free access to all Summit sessions, live online. You will then have on-demand streaming access for an additional two weeks, from April 15 to April 28.

One of the most powerful resources we have to reduce suicide is our front-line mental health workforce. We believe that by providing every mental health practitioner in Australia with global best-practice know-how and skills, we can tangibly reduce suicide rates in Australia.

We see our role as bringing global best-practice education to Australian practitioners – for free. Your role is taking the time to learn and apply.

As we endeavour to save valuable lives, we look forward to seeing you at the online 2019 Suicide Prevention Summit.

An Unprecedented Body of Knowledge

The Summit brings together an unprecedented body of knowledge on suicidology and suicide prevention.

Australian mental health practitioners have this extraordinary opportunity to learn global best-practice strategies to treat and manage suicidal behaviour.

The 2019 Suicide Prevention Summit is streamed direct to your computer. All you need is an internet (preferably broadband) connected device with speakers to access the highest-quality CPD training available anywhere.

And if you can’t attend the event in real-time (we understand you have a busy schedule), you can access ALL the session content for a full 14 days (15-28 April) after the event, at your convenience.

Snapshot of the Summit

The 2019 Suicide Prevention Summit will be delivered via 15 live webinar sessions from Friday 12th April to Sunday 14th April and will continue as an on-demand event (i.e. you can watch recorded versions of the live
sessions) until Sunday 28th April.

Free Access

Registration for the Summit is entirely free

Live Webinars

Access live*, interactive webinars facilitated by global experts on suicide

Recorded Sessions

Recorded, on-demand sessions – so you don’t miss out on anything

Live Q&A

Interact with presenters through live Q&A sessions

Best Practices

Learn global best practice in suicide prevention

Specialised Areas

Including youth, Aboriginal health, technology, lived experience, and more

15 CPD Hours

Accrue CPD hours as a mental health professional

Proceeds Go to Charity

All funds raised will be donated to Lifeline Australia

*Each live webinar can hold a maximum of 2,000 concurrent participants.

There is no charge and there are some great speakers and topics. Please register at the the webpage (above) to be kept updated and reminded closer to the event.

For help in Australia

CAPS – Talk Suicide Support Service – Free telephone and face to face support      1800 008 255

Salvation Army Care Line     1300 36 36 22

Reach Out

Headspace     Register and chat now at eheadspace, or call 1800 650 890  Headspace

Lifeline    13 11 14

Mensline Australia 1300 78 99 78 (24 hour phone counselling and referral)

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636

Mates in Construction: 1300 642 111

QLife        1800 184 527    Phone & Chat  3.00 pm – 12.00 pm everyday

SANE Australia help

SANE Australia Helpline  –  Talk to a mental health professional (weekdays, 10 am-10 pm AEST) 1800 18 72 63

Helpline chat – Chat online with a mental health professional (weekdays 10 am-10 pm AEST)

Kids Help Line 1800 55 1800 (24 hour phone counselling)

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 (Professional call back service referral line operates seven days a week)

Veterans Line 1800 011 046 (after hours professional telephone crisis counselling for veterans and their families

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