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News: Professor Stephen Palmer becomes President of the International Stress Management Association

Posted by Stephen Palmer on May 28, 2016 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)

News: Professor Stephen Palmer becomes President of the International Stress Management Association

Director of the International Academy for Professional Development, Professor Stephen Palmer PhD, has become the Honorary President of the International Stress Management Association (ISMA). He has taken over from Professor Lennart Levi, MD PhD who was Professor of Psychosocial Medicine 1978 – 95; Emeritus Professor 1995 - Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. Professor Levi is Founder and Director of the Stress Research Institute at Karolinska Institutet 1959-95 and the National Swedish Institute for Psychosocial Medicine (IPM) 1980 – 95. He was a member of the WHO Expert Panel on Mental Health 1973 – 96, temporary advisor/consultant to WHO, ILO, and UNICEF 1972-2015 and to the European Commission 1993-2015. He was also a member of the Swedish Parliament for the Centre Party, 2006–10.

Professor Stephen Palmer will continue to be President of UK Branch of ISMA. 

6th International Congress of Coaching Psychology: Positive and Coaching Psychology Through the Life Course. London, 26th July, 2016

Posted by Stephen Palmer on May 28, 2016 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)

6th International Congress of Coaching Psychology: Positive and Coaching Psychology Through the Life Course. London, 26th July, 2016

The International Society for Coaching Psychology is delighted to invite you to this one-day international congress being held at the British Psychological Society facilities in the centre of London on the 26th July 2016.

This event will bring together professionals from a wide range of settings, interested in the application of positive and coaching psychology throughout the life course, from early age to adulthood and later life.

Speakers and workshop facilitators include Mark Adams, Jennifer Liston-Smith, Wendy Lawrence, Siobhain O'Riordan, Stephen Palmer, Sheila Panchal and Michelle Pritchard. The conference will be a superb opportunity to extend your professional horizon and network with colleagues.

Papers & workshops

The following speakers have been confirmed. More speakers will be added shortly. Keynote speaker to be announced soon. The programme & timetable will be finalised in June.

Coaching in education settings. Mark Adams

Healthy Conversations skills. Wendy Lawrence

Paternity and Maternity (including returning to work). Jennifer Liston-Smith

Generational perspectives and life transitions: The impact on an individual’s levels of stress, resilience & wellbeing. Stephen Palmer

Managing Life Transitions: From ‘Turning 30’ to ‘Later Life’. Sheila Panchal & Siobhain O'Riordan

Coaching and positive psychology to support the success and wellbeing of young people. Michelle Pritchard

Invited Speaker Abstracts: http://www.isfcp.net/Speaker%20Abstracts.pdf

Speaker Biographies: http://www.isfcp.net/Speaker%20Biographies%20v4.pdf

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/6th-international-congress-of-coaching-psychology-registration-25201459243

21-22 January: London, ISCP Approved Primary Certificate in Health & Wellbeing Cognitive Behavioural Coaching course.

Posted by Stephen Palmer on December 15, 2015 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (0)

21-22 January: London, UK

Centre for Coaching. 2-day ISCP Approved Primary Certificate in Health & Wellbeing Cognitive Behavioural Coaching course.

Details: http://www.centreforcoaching.com/#!heath-coaching/c201n


5th European Coaching Psychology Conference 2015 - Breaking New Ground. Date:10-11 Dec 2015

Posted by Stephen Palmer on December 5, 2015 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology 5th European Coaching Psychology Conference 2015 - Breaking New Ground

Date: Thursday 10th December 2015 - Friday 11th December 2015

Location: Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, London, UK.

Website: http://www.sgcp.eu/

The Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development has an exhibition stand at the conference. Please come and visit us. Prof Stephen Palmer & Dr Suzy Green, both part of the Academy Team, are co-chairing the ISCP sponsored 'Positive Psychology Coaching' conference stream. We look forward to meeting delegates at the event.

Primary Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Training. Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

Posted by Stephen Palmer on May 28, 2015 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (1)

Tuesday July 21, 2015 9:45 AM - Wednesday July 22, 2015 5:00 PM

Scots Club, Edinburgh 

Primary Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Training

Location: Edinburgh, Scotland

CONTENT

This intensive 2-day course based workshop covers the theory and practice of cognitive-behavioural therapy and training. Some of the topics included are agenda setting, thinking errors (ie cognitive distortions), downward arrow, the importance of homework assignments, and the use of daily thought records/dysfunctional thought forms. These issues and techniques and their application to the treatment of stress, depression, phobias and anxiety are also covered. A video will be shown to demonstrate some of the techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to practise some of these techniques in small group work. Handouts, questionnaires, and a manual are provided.

Further Details HERE.

Coaching at Work Annual Conference 2015: Onwards and Upwards Wednesday, 01 July 2015 09:30 - 17:15 (GMT)

Posted by Stephen Palmer on May 28, 2015 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Coaching at Work Annual Conference 2015: Onwards and Upwards

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 09:30 - 17:15 (GMT)

 

Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury

United Kingdom

Welcome to our 5th Annual Conference!

The theme of Onwards and Upwards for this year’s annual Coaching at Work’s Coaching & Mentoring conference reflects our sense that it’s still pretty tough going out there, yet there are lots of healthy green shoots pushing through, and plenty of creativity, innovation and mastery in coaching and mentoring to celebrate, showcase and learn from.

 

Some of the challenges we face are still fairly new - increased VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) has become a byword for modern-day business challenges. The repercussions from the Global Financial Crisis are still being felt widely, despite growth in some areas. Other challenges have been with us for some time - including widespread gender inequality. How can we forge onwards and upwards? How can we respond to the many challenges to our clients’ and our own resourcefulness? How can coaching help women navigate or break through the glass ceiling so that a fairer society and business world can reap the rewards of their contributions? How can we mindfully work with challenges to bring about meaningful action? How can we build thriving practices, and thriving coaching and mentoring organisational cultures, ones which bring in fresh energy, new ideas and frameworks?

 

Join us at 2015’s Coaching at Work conference to explore these questions and more, to master new approaches, to network in a dynamic environment, to be inspired … and to have fun!

Primary Certificate in Coaching Supervision; Primary Certificate in Coaching Supervision

Posted by Stephen Palmer on April 17, 2015 at 12:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Primary Certificate in Coaching Supervision; Primary Certificate in Coaching Supervision

Are you considering offering a coaching supervision service? Or you have already started supervising coaches but have not attended a training programme yet. This course provides an introduction to supervision practice.

INTRODUCTION

Coaches have been turning to supervision to help maximise effective performance, enhance skill development and to gain assistance with handling coaching dilemmas and coaching dynamics.

A number of professional coaching bodies such as the Association for Coaching and the International Society for Coaching Psychology have all supported the need for a quality control element in coaching together with the need for supporting individual coaches.

Many coaches and organisations are already taking part in a range of coaching supervision options - whether these are of a formal or informal nature. As companies look to ways of ensuring value for money it is likely that coaching supervision will become even more widespread. Although there are trained counselling supervisors there are very few trained coaching supervisors. For many coaches who have been successfully operating coaching practices Coaching Supervision provides the opportunity of developing new skills and a new income stream. This course offers an opportunity to receive:

• Theoretical input

• Skills practice

• Opportunity to supervise others

• Opportunity to learn how to get the most as coaching supervisees

Date: 21st-22nd April

Venue: BPS, London

Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

​More details on the Centre for Coaching website.

NB This Level 5 course is not suitable for experienced coaching supervisors.

The National Wellbeing Service launched to promote wellbeing

Posted by Stephen Palmer on April 17, 2015 at 12:20 PM Comments comments (0)

 

About the National Wellbeing Service Ltd

National Wellbeing Service launched its organisation’s website on the 27 March, 2015, on Ireland’s first National Workplace Wellbeing Day which was organised by the Nutrition and Health Foundation.

The National Wellbeing Service has been set up by a group of psychologists and health educators who want to provide up-to-date wellbeing-related information, guidance and research to the public and health professionals.

 

The key objects for which the National Wellbeing Service is established are:

 

3.1.1 The provision of an online national wellbeing information service.

3.1.2 The provision of the training, education and professional development of health professionals and affiliated fields and all related services and facilities.

3.1.3 The provision of training and consultancy services for companies, organisations and the community.

For more information about the NWS, please visit the website.

CIPD & ISMA Telling it as it is: Should we Manage Stress or Promote Wellbeing & Performance 16 March 2015 Exeter, UK

Posted by Stephen Palmer on March 9, 2015 at 6:40 PM Comments comments (0)

CIPD & ISMA Conference:  Telling it as it is: Should we Manage Stress or Promote Wellbeing & Performance 16 March 2015 Exeter www.cipd.co.uk/branch/devon/_events/Wellbeing%20%20March%202015.htm

BPS SGCP 4th International Congress of Coaching Psychology 2014 - We are co-sponsors of the congress

Posted by Stephen Palmer on December 7, 2014 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

The Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development are sponsoring the evening dinner music. 

BPS SGCP 4th International Congress of Coaching Psychology 2014

Thursday 11th December 2014 - Friday 12th December 2014 at Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, London, England.

Changing Lives, Changing Worlds - Inspiring Collaborations

 

The Congress is the culmination of a series of events to celebrate the 10th ANNIVERSARY of the British Psychological Society's Special Group in Coaching Psychology.

 

Keynote Speakers: Margaret Heffernan, Professor John Rust & Professor Stephen Palmer

 

We have an impressive line-up of speakers who are delivering new and exciting topics to share ideas for transforming lives and worlds in the broadest sense. Across both days, there will be master classes, skills workshops and scientific papers. A strong practical focus will ensure opportunities to develop your coaching skills as well as a chance to find out more about what coaching psychology has to contribute. We will be covering the following themes:

 

Coaching Psychology: An International Perspective

(Chaired by Professor Stephen Palmer PhD and Dr Siobhain O’Riordan PhD) Sponsored by ISCP

Leadership, Business and Executive Coaching Psychology

(Chaired by Dr Vicky Ellam-Dyson and Dr Dasha Grajfoner) Sponsored by Meyler Campbell

Coaching Psychology and Mental Health: Promoting Psychological Well-Being Through Coaching Psychology Interventions

(Chaired by Professor Sarah Corrie and Donna Willis)

Coachee Satisfaction and Beyond: Working With Coaching Relationships That Matter

(Chaired by Dr Alanna O’Broin and Professor Ole Michael Spaten)

Emerging Conversations

(Chaired by Professor Mary Watts and Dave Tee)

Individual Development and Coaching Psychology

(Chaired by Dr Tatiana Bachkirova and Professor Reinhard Stelter) Sponsored by OPP

Positive and Coaching Psychology: Stress, Resilience, Health and Wellbeing

(Chaired by Professor Stephen Palmer PhD and Dr Kristina Gyllensten DPsych) Sponsored by ISMA

Psychometric Tools and Their Application To Coaching Psychology

(Chaired by Dr Almuth McDowall and Dr Céline Rojon) Sponsored by Psychometrics Centre at The University of Cambridge

Sport, Performance and Coaching Psychology

(Chaired by Professor Sandy Gordon, PhD, FAPS and Dr Sophia Jowett) Sponsored by Lane4

 

See you at the congress.

 

http://sgcp.eu/

BPS SGCP 4th International Congress of Coaching Psychology 2014, 11-12 December, London, Uk

Posted by Stephen Palmer on December 6, 2014 at 6:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Closing Keynote: “I’ll go anywhere as long as it’s forward,” said David Livingstone. “You can’t navigate without a decent map,” retorted Christopher Columbus.

BPS SGCP 4th International Congress of Coaching Psychology 2014

Thursday 11th December 2014 - Friday 12th December 2014 at Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, London, England.

Theme: Changing Lives, Changing Worlds - Inspiring Collaborations

For more information: http://www.sgcp.eu


Survivors of #Suicide Loss Day can change your life.

Posted by Stephen Palmer on November 21, 2014 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Survivors of #Suicide Loss Day can change your life.People affected by suicide loss gather around the world www.survivorday.org/about/


INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF COACHING PSYCHOLOGY - 2014 & 2015 EVENTS UPDATE

Posted by Stephen Palmer on November 8, 2014 at 12:35 PM Comments comments (0)

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF COACHING PSYCHOLOGY - 2014 & 2015 EVENTS UPDATE

 

More details are now available for the calendar of events for the 4th and 5th International Congress of Coaching Psychology. Dates for your diary include:

 

The Australian Psychological Society, Interest Group in Coaching Psychology, 13-15 November 2014, Excellence in Coaching. For full details and the programme please: http://www.isfcp.net/C14%20flyer2.pdf

 

The British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology, 11-12 December 2014, Changing Lives, Changing Worlds - Inspiring Collaborations. Conference information and registration details are available at http://www.sgcp.eu

Congress Flyer: http://www.isfcp.net/%20SGCP%202014%20Congress%20Flyer.pdf

Interviews with Congress Stream Chairs and Keynote Speakers are available: http://www.isfcp.net/TCP%2010_2%20Congress%20Interviews.pdf

 

The Society for Consulting Psychology (Division 13 of the American Psychological Association), 5-8 February 2015, Excellence Across Borders. Flyer: http://www.isfcp.net/ICCP_interactivePDF_FINAL.pdf

World Suicide Prevention Day - 10 September, 2014

Posted by Stephen Palmer on August 10, 2014 at 6:15 PM Comments comments (1)

World Suicide Prevention Day - 10 September, 2014

Efforts to prevent suicide have been celebrated on World Suicide Prevention Day – September 10th – each year since 2003. In 2014, the theme of World Suicide Prevention Day is 'Suicide Prevention: One World Connected.' The theme reflects the fact that connections are important at several levels if we are to combat suicide.

Suicide is a major public health problem. The psychological pain that leads each of these individuals to take their lives is unimaginable. Their deaths leave families and friends bereft, and often have a major ripple effect on communities.

Every year, over 800,000 almost people die from suicide; this roughly corresponds to one death every 40 seconds. The number of lives lost each year through suicide exceeds the number of deaths due to homicide and war combined.

Suicide is the fifth leading causes of death among those aged 30-49 years in 2012 globally, and is the second leading cause of death in the 15-29 years age group in 2012 globally. Overall, it is estimated that during 2012 for each adult who died of suicide there were 27 others who made suicide attempts.

More information: http://www.iasp.info/wspd/index.php



 

 

20% Discount Voucher

Posted by Peter Ruddell on December 10, 2013 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Visit the Centre for Coaching stand at the 2013 Special Group In Coaching Psychology conference on 12-13 December in Edinburgh to get a 20% training discount voucher for Centre for Coaching/International Academy for Professional Development courses. See http://sgcp.eu/#!

We are offering 20% discount for all our courses in 2014 to delegates attending this SGCP conference for courses booked before the end of January 2014. We specialise in Cognitive Behavioural, Solution Focused coaching training.

Peter Ruddell

Training DIrector

Follow-on course to Primary Certificate in CBT and Training

Posted by Peter Ruddell on November 5, 2013 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

The follow-on course to this course taking place today and tomorrow (5-6 November 2013) is the 3-day Primary Certificate in Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Skills: http://bit.ly/Yfhkx4

The next course (26-28 November 2013) is already fully booked. The next available course is therefore in the New year on 1-3 April 2014.

Contact us in the usual way if you wish to book a place.

The two courses can be combined into the Certificate in CBT by completing further reading and completion of two book reviews. See: http://bit.ly/14XPTOB

Peter Ruddell

UPCOMING COURSES; PRICES; AVAILABILITY

Posted by Peter Ruddell on October 18, 2013 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (1)

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY & TRAINING (FULL)

http://bit.ly/14XPN9R

November 5-6 2013. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN PERFORMANCE COACHING (FULL)

http://bit.ly/13TmGG4

November 13-14 2013. Venue: Borehamwood. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN STRESS MANAGEMENT (FULL)

http://bit.ly/10MANvH

November 19-20 2013. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS (NEARLY FULL)

http://bit.ly/Yfhkx4

November 26-28 2013. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £485; Org £590

CERTIFICATE IN COACHING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/YXDUtD

December 9-13 2013. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £1025; Org £1385

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN PERFORMANCE COACHING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/13TmGG4

January 16-17 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY & TRAINING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/14XPN9R

January 21-22 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

CERTIFICATE IN COACHING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/YXDUtD

January 27-31 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £1025; Org £1385

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN STRESS MANAGEMENT (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/10MANvH

February 4-5 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

CERTIFICATE IN PSYCHOLOGICAL COACHING/COACHING PSYCHOLOGY (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/WhAQhvhttp://bit.ly/XaxhIu

February 17-21 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £1025; Org £1385

CERTIFICATE IN COACHING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/YXDUtD

February 24-28 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £1025; Org £1385

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN PERFORMANCE COACHING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/13TmGG4

March 4-5 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN ASSERTION & COMMUNICATION SKILLS TRAINING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/Yqpqql

March 12-13 2014. Venue: Borehamwood. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY & TRAINING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/14XPN9R

March 18-19 2014. Venue: BPS, London. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

PRIMARY CERTIFICATE IN PROBLEM FOCUSED COUNSELLING, COACHING & TRAINING (PLACES AVAILABLE)

http://bit.ly/ZiqCKD

March 26-27 2014. Venue: Borehamwood. Fee: Ind £345; Org £455

Final 2-day approved CBT workshops for 2013 with Prof Stephen Palmer

Posted by Peter Ruddell on October 10, 2013 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

We have only a few places remaining for this popular workshop being led by Prof Stephen Palmer on 5-6 November 2013:

http://bit.ly/14XPN9R

Approved by the British Psychological Society (BPS) Learning Centre for the purposes of CPD.

It can be taken alone or as part of the Certificate in CBT:

http://bit.ly/14XPTOB

The other taught component of the Certificate is the following 3-day course:

http://bit.ly/Yfhkx4

Contact Dawn if you wish to book a place:

Contact: Dawn Cope on 020 8318 4448

e-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.managingstress.com

Peter Ruddell

Centre for Stress Management

International Academy for Professional Development

156 Westcombe Hill

London SE3 7DH

Tel: 0845 680 2065

Last 2-day and 3-day CBT courses in 2013 coming soon

Posted by Peter Ruddell on October 2, 2013 at 9:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Our last 2-day Primary Certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Training for 2013 will take place on 5-6 November. See http://bit.ly/14XPN9R

...and our last 3-day Primary Certificate in Advanced Cognitive Behavioural Skills will take place on 26-28 November. See http://bit.ly/Yfhkx4

Both of these popular workshops are being led by Prof Stephen Palmer and only a few places remain available. The Certificate in CBT builds on them requiring further reading and book reviews: http://bit.ly/14XPTOB

Contact us now if you're interested in coming along: http://www.iafpd.com/contactus.htm

Peter Ruddell

WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY, September 10th

Posted by Stephen Palmer on August 23, 2013 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (0)

WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY, September 10th, is an opportunity for all sectors of the community - the public, charitable organizations, communities, researchers, clinicians, practitioners, politicians and policy makers, volunteers, those bereaved by suicide, other interested groups and individuals - to join with the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to focus public attention on the unacceptable burden and costs of suicidal behaviours with diverse activities to promote understanding about suicide and highlight effective prevention activities.

 

Those activities may call attention to the global burden of suicidal behaviour, and discuss local, regional and national strategies for suicide prevention, highlighting cultural initiatives and emphasising how specific prevention initiatives are shaped to address local cultural conditions.

 

Initiatives which actively educate and involve people are likely to be most effective in helping people learn new information about suicide and suicide prevention. Examples of activities which can support World Suicide Prevention Day include:

 

• Launching new initiatives, policies and strategies on World Suicide Prevention Day

 

• Learning about stigma, mental health and suicide prevention http://goo.gl/rKr8G

 

• Holding conferences, open days, educational seminars or public lectures and panels

 

• Using the WSPD Press Preparation Package that offers media guides http://goo.gl/zLA3Sm

 

• Writing articles for national, regional and community newspapers and magazines

 

• Holding press conferences

 

• Placing information on your website and using the IASP World Suicide Prevention Day banner, promoting suicide prevention in one’s native tongue www.iasp.info/wspd/2013_wspd_banner.php

 

• Securing interviews and speaking spots on radio and television

 

• Organizing memorial services, events, candlelight ceremonies or walks to remember those who have died by suicide

 

• Asking national politicians with responsibility for health, public health, mental health or suicide prevention to make relevant announcements, release policies or make supportive statements or press releases on WSPD

 

• Holding depression awareness events in public places and offering screening for depression

 

• Organizing cultural or spiritual events, fairs or exhibitions

 

• Organizing walks to political or public places to highlight suicide prevention

 

• Holding book launches, or launches for new booklets, guides or pamphlets

 

• Distributing leaflets, posters and other written information

 

• Organizing concerts, BBQs, breakfasts, luncheons, contests, fairs in public places

 

• Writing editorials for scientific, medical, education, nursing, law and other relevant journals

 

• Disseminating research findings

 

• Producing press releases for new research papers

 

• Holding training courses in suicide and depression awareness

 

• Using and sharing the Toolkit that contains WSPD resources and links to related Web sites http://goo.gl/pWWo1r

 

• Becoming a Facebook Fan of the IASP www.facebook.com/IASPinfo

 

• Showing your support for the Day on the Official World Suicide Prevention Day Event page on Facebook www.facebook.com/events/415169808532653/ by clicking “Attending”

 

• Following the IASP on Twitter (www.twitter.com/IASPinfo), tweeting #WSPD or #suicide or #suicideprevention

 

• Creating a video about suicide prevention www.youtube.com/IASPinfo

 

• Lighting a candle, near a window, at 8 PM in support of: World Suicide Prevention Day, suicide prevention awareness, survivors of suicide and for the memory of loved lost ones. Find “Light a Candle Near a Window at 8 PM” postcards in over 40 languages at: www.iasp.info/wspd/light_a_candle_on_wspd_at_8PM.php

 

• Participating in the first World Suicide Prevention Day - Cycle Around the Globe http://www.iasp.info/wspd/cycle_around_the_globe.php

 

World Suicide Prevention Day - www.iasp.info/wspd

 


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