Stop Male Suicide In TAS Seminar

Suicide takes the life of one man every week in Tasmania. The economic cost of male suicide in TAS is estimated to be $336m per year. This year we’ll be helping to put male suicide on the agenda in TAS by hosting a Stop Male Suicide seminar in Hobart.

EVENT: Stop Male Suicide in TAS Seminar

IMPORTANT NOTICE: EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL 2017 (DATE TBA) 

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REGISTRATION:

Full Price tickets for those booking after 30 September @ $100 per person:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=8FBX3N7FMBP64

A limited number of concessionary tickets are available, please contact StopMaleSuicide@gmail.com for details before 30 September.

KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE

PROGRAM:

9.00: REGISTRATION

9.30-11.00: SESSION ONE: FACT, THEORY, FIRST PERSON ACCOUNTS

  • Glen Poole, Stop Male Suicide project
  • Mitch McPherson, “SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY”
  • Keith Harris, Public Health Lecturer, University of Tasmania

11.00-11.15: BREAK

11.15-12.45: SESSION TWO: WORKING WITH DIVERSE COMMUNITIES 

  • Mark Watterson, Karadi Aboriginal Corporation
  • Beth Lord, Phoenix Centre/Migrant Resource Centre
  • Julian Northmore, Partners In Recovery

12.45-13.30: LUNCH

13.30-14.30: SESSION THREE: MEN AND MENTAL HEALTH

  • Rod Lambert, Lambert Training and Events
  • Doug Vautier, CEO, OzHelp Tasmania  Foundation

14.30-15.00: BREAK

15.00-16.00: SESSION FOUR: WORKING WITH MEN 

  • James Fowles, On The Line/Men’s Line
  • Jonathan Bedloe, Men’s Resources Tasmania

 

THIS EVENT IS SUPPORTED BY:

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www.mrtasmania.org

FURTHER INFORMATION: StopMaleSuicide@gmail.com

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