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Training By Location

LivingWorks is the Premier Sponsor of the 56th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference

From top left to right. Top row: Dr. Laura Shannonhouse, Professor Maree Toombs, Jorgen Gullestrup. Bottom row: Glen Bloomstrom, Marc Bryant, Tamara Bezu and Shayne Connell

LivingWorks is the Premier Sponsor of the 56th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference

Headshot from top left to right. Top row: Dr. Laura Shannonhouse, Professor Maree Toombs, Jorgen Gullestrup. Bottom row: Glen Bloomstrom, Marc Bryant, Tamara Bezu and Shayne Connell
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LivingWorks is very proud to be the premier sponsor of the 56th Annual American Association of Suicidology (AAS), April 19 – 22, 2023, in Portland, Oregon. It is going to be an exceptional conference, with a packed agenda.

Of note, seven speakers in five different sessions at AAS23, are speaking directly to LivingWorks programs and the effect and impact they are making within specific communities around the world.

April 20

AAS23 Keynote – Opening General Session
Professor Maree Toombs, Ph.D. Professor of Indigenous Health, University of Sydney – The Power of Deep Listening: what is possible when First Nations come together for suicide safer communities.

Dr. Laura Shannonhouse, Ph.D, LPC, NCC, Associate Professor, Georgia State University – Reducing social isolation and suicidality in older adults.

April 21

Jorgen Gullestrup, Ph.D. Candidate, Deakin University – MATES: Through the lens of Lived Experience and Suicide Prevention in the Workplace.

Dr. Laura Shannonhouse, Ph.D, LPC, NCC, Associate Professor, Georgia State University  Making the BE WITH Innovation a Reality: Forging Partnerships, Navigating Challenges, and the Day-to-Day of Implementing a Randomized Control Trial (RCT)

Glen Bloomstrom, MDiv, MS, MSS, Military Representative and Faith Community Liaison, LivingWorks Education – Lessons learned from state initiatives relating to LivingWorks suicide prevention training with clergy and faith leaders.

Shayne Connell, Executive Vice President, LivingWorks Education, Marc Bryant, Director of Suicide Prevention APAC, LivingWorks Education, and Tamara Bezu, Support Specialist, LivingWorks Education – Suicide prevention training for the LGBTIQ+ populations.

To review the full AAS23 Conference agenda, please click here

We hope to see you in Portland at these insightful and engaging presentations!

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