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Emotional Regulation

This Emotional Regulation training is a private training for Brentwood School District, kindergarten through fifth grade. This training designed for young students explains the signs and symptoms our bodies give us when we become dysregulated by comparing, for example, how our body feels when running a fast mile. Youth will identify how their bodies feel…

Suicide Awareness and Prevention

This Suicide Awareness and Prevention training is a private training for The Center for Head Injury Services. The program outlines trends in adult and youth mental health, wellbeing, and suicide prevention and awareness. BHR will discuss warning signs and the impact of mental health issues and substance use that may indicate an individual is at…

Emotional Regulation

This educational program is hosted by Sperreng Middle School for its sixth and eighth grade students.

Trauma and Suicide

This mental health program is hosted by St. Louis Public School District for their students.

Trauma and Suicide

This is program is hosted by St. Louis Public School District for their Metro Academic and Classical High School students.

Facility Designee Training

This training is required training for employees at area hospitals where psychiatric holds occur, civil involuntary detention Please contact Michelle Swaback at 636-931-2700, ext. 1027 to let her know you will be attending her training. She will share the location with you at that time.

Talk Save Lives

Developed by the American Foundation for Suicide prevention (AFSP), Talk Saves Lives: An Introduction to Suicide Prevention is a community based, education presentation that provides participants with the scope of the problem of suicide, key research findings, including risk factors and warning signs for suicide, and recommendations for the role we can all play in…

Overcoming Mental Health Stigma

This educational program will share information to be an ambassador for mental health while providing a variety of resources to do so. Event is hosted by MO-TAYLER - Places for People.