Category: Resources

‘Freedom From Depression’ Book Review

Reading the book “Freedom from Depression; 6 keys to eliminating emotional pain,” did more than providing a  heart throbbing reality of depression that rests in millions of Americans today, it also provided the necessary tool and strategies to overcome the truth and stigma behind depression. Dr. Anthony Piparao does this by providing statistics and studies from…
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May 10, 2018 0

A Simple Call Is All You Need to Get Help

There are a number of resources in Wisconsin that people can visit or talk on the phone with if they are having suicidal thoughts.  These three specific organizations either work directly or indirectly with people who are considering suicide.  If you are feeling suicidal or know someone that is considering suicide, you can always contact…
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May 9, 2018 1

Three-to-six questions to save a life: The Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale

Talking about suicide – whether with an acquaintance, friend or family member – isn’t easy. Even for psychologists and social workers, knowing what to say or how to ask can be difficult. This is why Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Pittsburgh – supported by the National Institute of Mental Health…
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May 6, 2018 0

A Profile of Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee

Creating Awareness One QPR Training at a Time Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee is a coalition of volunteers who represent local suicide prevention agencies, as well as the general community with its mission  to reduce the number of attempted and completed suicides that take place within the community. They do this by facilitating community collaborations, raising awareness,…
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April 24, 2018 1