QPR Suicide Prevention Training
Want to Learn How to Save a Life?

In just 90 minutes, you can learn the essential steps (Question Persuade, and Refer) to help individuals who might be at risk for suicide or other mental health issues.  QPR is an internationally recognized “best practice” designed to provide suicide prevention training and education to Lawrence University faculty, staff, and students. After taking this training participants will:

• Know what behaviors/warning signs indicate that someone might be at risk for suicide
• Be able to effectively communicate with someone who might be thinking about suicide
• Know how and when to refer students to Counseling Services and employees to community mental health professionals
• Learn about local and national resources for suicide prevention

There are currently two upcoming opportunities for QPR training on our campus.  Both will take place in the Kraemer Conference Room (Warch Campus Center 308), right next to the Info Desk.

Please register below if you would like to attend.  If you’ve participated in QPR training in the past, feel free to attend again as a refresher.

Questions?  Contact Julie A. Haurykiewicz (julie.a.haurykiewicz@lawrence.edu).

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