There are about 45,000 suicide deaths in the United States each year—twice the number of homicides. Every one of them was someone who was loved, and someone who was part of a family and community.
Suicide and suicidal thoughts are more common than you may realize. So, what can we do about it? We can learn and we can help.
Join Dr. Roy Benaroch as he tackles the subject of suicide prevention, and provides you with powerful insights. These three lectures will help you understand victims and those at risk; separate myths and misconceptions about suicide from fact; highlight warning signs and when it’s time to step in, to intervene, and potentially save a life; and outline the best steps and approaches for you to take if you’re worried that someone is at risk of suicide.