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QPR

SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

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Three steps anyone can learn
to help prevent suicide.

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QUESTION

the individual's desire or intent regarding suicide

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PERSUADE

the person to seek and accept help.

SUICIDE IS PREVENTABLE.
You can make a difference.

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REFER

the person to appropriate resources

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WHAT IS QPR SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING?

QPR is a practical and proven suicide prevention training.

The most widely taught gatekeeper training in the world.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer—the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide. 
QPR is designed to help everyone learn how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, offer hope, and help save lives.

90% 

of people who die by suicide have experienced symptoms of a mental health condition

What skills will you get from this training?

  • Understanding the common causes of suicidal behavior.

  • Recognizing the warning signs of suicide.

  • Learn how to intervene with an individual at-risk, persuade them to get help and guide them to the appropriate resources.

  • Learn how to offer hope and act when you are concerned that someone may be at risk of suicide.

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What Participants Say

I feel more empowered to be able to recognize and support someone in need of help. It was a great class and should be mandatory. 
Danit Erlich made me feel safe and welcome. The level of empathy and reassurance she showed throughout the class was perfect for this subject matter.

Why should you take the class with me?

During the training, I highlight the importance of culture awareness, culture humility and encourage participants to share about their culture.

 

I talk about the importance of self care and encourage participants to share what they like to do for self care. 

Participants feel comfortable sharing and asking questions and feel the training added more tools to their toolbox. 

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What Participants Say

This class let me practice asking the question and gave me hope. The statistics were also helpful to feel the urgency of the situation. 
I've learned that if the person is reluctant to your question that it’s okay to be persistent. Also, I learned how important it is to continue following up with people.
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Danit's dedication to increasing the mental health literacy of adults working with youth is evidenced in her culturally relevant and responsive instruction of Youth Mental Health First Aid classes. She has instructed over 200 Lake Washington School District staff since the start of the pandemic. It is a pleasure to plan and collaborate with Danit on this important work.

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—  Johnny Phu,
Student Services Director,
Lake Washington School District

ADULT MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID TRAINING

The training can be taught in person in WA or virtually across all the US.

This is a 6-hour training that can be taught in one day or splitted to two days

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YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH
FIRST AID TRAINING

The training can be taught in person in WA or virtually across all the US. 

This is a 5-hour training that can be taught in one day or splitted to two days.

MENTAL HEALTH
IN THE WORKPLACE

2-hour training
The training can be taught in person in WA or virtually across the globe.

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WORKPLACE WELLNESS

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TEEN RESILIENCE

  • Teen Resilience & Thriving Workshop

  • Teen Communication Workshop 

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