Resilience seems to be a buzz word at the moment, but how do we frame resilience in relation to the depth and complexity of the pain and suffering associated with suicide?
Learning through stories, we’ll hear how an individual has moved from the most challenging times in his life to living a focused and engaged life today. This will be followed by a small panel discussion and a Q & A session with the audience.
The Reflection Ceremony is an opportunity to participate in a reflection activity as we consider the resilience stories from the previous session and we reflect on the past, present and future.
How to register
Visit the National Suicide Prevention Conference website, Registration, Lived Experience Session and Reflection Ceremony. Alternatively arrive and register on the day.
Who will attend:
Community members who have had suicidal thoughts, have attempted suicide, have been a carer for someone who was suicidal, is bereaved by suicide, or identifies as having been touched by suicide in some other way.
We warmly invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members as well as those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background and LGBTIQ community members.
Time and Location:
Date: Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Time: 5.30pm—6.30pm, followed by the Reflection Ceremony until 7pm
Location: Sofitel Brisbane Central
249 Turbot Street (near Central Station)