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Suicide: The Silent Struggle

May 7, 2021 - 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm
301-733-0331 x1228

lone person looking isolatedThis FREE Facebook Live Event will focus on suicide and the importance of talking, listening and learning about suicide and caring for our loved ones. Thoughts of suicide can often feel isolating and hopeless. In this event, we hope to break the stigma surrounding suicide by coming together to take down the wall of isolation and spread knowledge on how to  help someone who feels hopeless and has these thoughts. No matter a person’s age, race, cultural background or socio-economic status, they may develop suicidal thoughts. Join Shannon Snowman, LGPC to learn more about the warning signs of suicide, how to approach someone you are concerned about and the available community resources.

Shannon Snowman, LGPC is a licensed graduate professional counselor providing therapy at Brook Lane’s Frederick Outpatient office. She is in the process of completing the requirements to become a licensed clinical professional counselor and a certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT) with a focus on working with individuals from three to 18 years old. In addition, Shannon is a provisional Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) trainer and provides suicide first aide education for community members.

Visit on the above date and time to join the program.