Suicide Postvention Dealing with the Aftermath

Suicide Postvention Dealing with the Aftermath
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1Resources
Recorded November 16, 2014
Unit 1Video


During this webinar, Amy Morgan, Training Officer with the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation, will discuss how to help the friends, family members, and peers of someone who has died by suicide. You’ll learn how to understand the emotions and questions that they will have, and gain an understanding of the phases and processing that these individuals go through when they lose someone to suicide.

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