The Stephen Sexton Training Institute was established by the generous support of the Stephen Sexton Foundation created in memory of Stephen Sexton who committed suicide at the age of 27. The institute sponsors suicide prevention programs and the exchange of information on mental health issues.
The institute funds seminars on suicide prevention and children at risk, at no cost, to social service workers, teachers, parents, and others in the general community. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available to attendees.
April 27, 2018
Social Media and Risky Behaviors: How to Make Better Choices
Featured speaker Carrie Goldman, the award-winning author of Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher and Kid Needs to Know about Ending the Cycle of Fear.
Read more here: Social Media 4.27.18 Flyer
To register, call Gloria Brownlee at 847-294-5402 or email@example.com
Becoming a Beacon: Conquering Stress for the Mental Health Practitioner
August and September 2017
Developing Empathy for the Lived Experience of Psychiatric Disability: A Simulation of Hearing Distressing Voices
Playful Interventions for Children when Dealing with Early Childhood Trauma
Depression Awareness and Risky Behaviors
The Neurobiology of Trauma
Understanding Psychotropic Medication
Recovery Education for Families
For more information contact Cheryl M. Heyden, Institute Director, at (847) 824-1970 or firstname.lastname@example.org.