Professional Actors Gillian Fisch (in green) and Hannah Barrie have recorded two more Life-Saving Conversations for Olly’s Future, funded by the Kent & Medway Suicide Prevention Programme. These were written by former playwright Ann Feloy who worked with probation officers and staff in women’s refuge centres in Kent. They will be used as a training tool for situations when staff encounter people thinking of suicide. There are more than 15 Life-Saving Conversations now, which are included in the ‘Talking about Suicide: Ten Tools’ suicide prevention training sessions.
For more information go to https://ollysfuture.org.uk/life-saving-conversations/
Say no more.(These stories say it all – shared with permission.) Except maybe I’ll just say this If
What a fabulous night! Friends and supporters gathered for fireworks and sea shanties by the ‘Duck Pond Sailors’
215 first-year students at Brighton and Sussex Medical School have recently learnt how to talk to future patients about suicide