All suicide is disturbing, and the statistical evidence collated by the Samaritans is showing the rate for males is at its highest since 1981.
The National Spirituality and Mental Health Foruminvites you to an open afternoon session to discuss the implications. The Samaritan Suicide Statistics Report for 2015 holding the most comprehensive data will be made available and two volunteers from Central London Samaritans (CLS) will be talking about their work with those who are suicidal.
“I am convinced that we can shape a different future for the country as it relates to mental health and as it relates to suicide” quote from David Satcher, physician and US Surgeon-General.
A panel of young health professionals from different faiths will share their understanding of the spiritual aspects of suicide and how this can help to bring about and promote suicide prevention.
Presenters/Facilitators: The Samaritans and mixed faith health professionals