Learn why suicide rates spike in the spring time and what you can do as a parent to help support your teen!
About this event
While spring is the traditional season of reawakening, with blooming flowers, singing birds, and longer days, there is a surprising downside to the arrival of warmer weather – an increased rate of deaths by suicide. Most people worry about suicide in winter months – September is suicide prevention month, after all – but April is when suicide risk is the highest.
This informative webinar by THIRA Health’s Sarah Skoterro, MA, LMHC, LPCC, LADAC, will explain this seemingly contradictory evidence and help parents spot the warning signs of suicide risk so they can keep their teens safe.
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