There are 5 different workshops in this collection – each focusing on a specialised area of peer work. Our SP Peer Worker Program delivers the key contextualisation of foundational peer support training... read more →
This suite of resources are designed to guide service providers, organisations and government to engage, integrate and partner with people with lived experience of suicide as we collectively embrace a... read more →
An empowering one-day workshop designed to assist community-based suicide prevention action groups to use their lived experience in a planned, coordinated and impactful manner.
This training aims to assist individuals and organisations to offer an inclusive and welcoming service for LGBTIQA+ people. This training aims to promote and enhance critical reflection of your own... read more →
The CBPATSISP and Black Dog Institute facilitated a workshop in June 2018 involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from across Australia to investigate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lived... read more →
This research piece focuses on people who have attempted suicide or experienced a suicidal crisis and who are from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. A focus on the lived... read more →
Existing research has identified associations between a variety of biological, psychosocial and environmental factors and elevated risk for suicide in different populations. This rapid review aimed to investigate the following... read more →
This report prepared for the National Suicide Prevention Advisor and National Suicide Prevention Taskforce utilises three strategies to extend the diversity of voices discussing insights into suicide well beyond those... read more →