Suicide Prevention Curriculum Training for Teachers
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Lifelines TeachersTraining: Learn How to Teach Youth about Suicide Prevention: A full-day program for health educators and others who will implement Lifelines Student Suicide Prevention lessons in their high school health curriculum. These lessons are aligned with Maine Learning Results Health Education Standards. Gatekeeper training is a pre-requisite to this program.

 

Transition LessonsTeacher Training: The Transition Program is designed to help schools reinforce concepts presented in the Lifelines student lessons and to better prepare high school seniors for life after high school. The lessons focus on potential life stressors after graduation, suicide awareness, and reinforcing appropriate help-seeking behavior. Gatekeeper training is a pre-requisite for this training.

 

Middle School Lessons Teacher Training: Learn How to Teach Middle School Youth about Suicide Prevention: A full-day program for health educators and others who will implement Middle School Suicide Prevention Lessons in the school health curriculum. These lessons are aligned with Maine Learning Results Health Education Standards. Students will learn the positive and negative aspects of life stress, the basics of mental health and mental illness, coping strategies, and suicide prevention. Gatekeeper training is a pre-requisite for this Training.

 

For more information please contact Suicide Prevention Training Coordinator Matthew Bray or at 207-622-5767 Ext.2318

 

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