suicide prevention

Home/Tag: suicide prevention

When the Conversation Turns To Suicide

By Gabrielle Cebuliak, Counselling Intern, Catholic Family Service As the stigma around mental health issues begins to decrease, we hear more about the importance of mental health awareness on TV, in the news, and even from some friends and family. Unfortunately, despite great strides in advertisement and attempts to break through the barriers, the stigma [...]

2018-09-06T22:51:32+00:00September 6th, 2018|Anxiety/Depression|Comments Off on When the Conversation Turns To Suicide

A Continuum of Suicidal Risk

By Hugh McGeary, Managing Director, Counselling Services, Catholic Family Service When it comes to suicide, it might help to think that we are all on a continuum of risk. At one end, our resilience is high, our risk factors are low and we feel far away from the feelings and thoughts that are associated with [...]

2017-09-07T22:47:48+00:00September 7th, 2017|Anxiety/Depression|Comments Off on A Continuum of Suicidal Risk