Walking the Walk Every Day - How everyone can be part of suicide prevention all the time
23 Mar 2013
Discovery Hall ASU Tempe Campus Tempe, AZ
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The Arizona Psychological Foundation is partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Arizona State University in its March Family Education Series presentation: Walking the Walk Every Day - How everyone can be part of suicide prevention all the time. This presentation immediately follows the "Out of the Darkness" walk to raise awareness for suicide prevention, sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Arizona State University.
For the Arizona Psychological Foundation presentation, Dr. Daniel Schulte will talk about how to to maintain the spirit and momentum of the walk, and how everyone can be active in helping reduce suicide and associated mental health concerns. He will discuss the rationale and growing evidence that suicide prevention is what happens every day with friends, families and communities, and not just what occurs on crisis lines or in psychologists' offices. He will address what you can do, regardless of your role, to help contribute to suicide prevention.
This presentation is free and open to the public. While presentation attendees are welcome and encouraged to participate in the walk prior to the presentation, participation in the walk is not necessary to attend the presentation.
We do ask that those planning on attending the presentation register, so that we can plan for the appropriate sized audience. Please contact the AzPA office at AzPA@AzPA.org or 480-675-9477 with any questions. We look forward to seeing you there!