Suicide survivors are found to be at higher risk of mental health problems and increased risk of suicide. They face the twin tasks of mourning the loss and coping with the trauma that accompanied the death. Skilled professionals have a major role to play in enabling suicide survivors deal with their experience and find relief from their trauma-based symptoms. In this 1-day workshop at Level 2, participants will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to provide psychological support to suicide survivors in the longer term, drawing on current literature, real-life scenarios and simulated role play practices.
Suicide Loss: Psychological Interventions (Level 2)
Practitioners, para-counsellors or those in supervisory positions who may encounter suicide losses in the course of their work and are potentially required to extend immediate post-crisis support to those affected by suicide death
Note: Block bookings by Agencies or Entities can be arranged separately. Min. 15 and max. of 20 pax to start class
Scheduled Run Dates (Public)
|20 Feb 2024
|9am – 5pm
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Duration (9 hours)
Self-paced e-learning: 1.0 hour
Facilitated Classroom learning (in-person): 6.5 hour (1 full day)
Assessment (Written and Role Play): 1.5 hour
*Written Assessment will be conducted on the same day as the Classroom
learning, towards the end. Role Play Assessment will be conducted one-to-one with
Assessor over Zoom on a separate date, typically 1-2 weeks after Classroom learning.
|Nett Fee (after SSG-funding)
|Course Fee (before SSG-funding)
|* Singaporeans aged 40 & above may receive further subsidy
1. Apply integrated psychological interventions on traumatic grief in the context of suicide
2. Apply peer and self-care strategies working with suicide survivors