Inuusiq Pimmariujuq is a two day workshop that aims to help community members develop a community action plan for suicide prevention. This workshop also acts as a community strategic planning tool to help identify the priorities within a community to prevent suicide. By combining suicide prevention strategies with post-contact Inuit history, including causes and results of historical and intergenerational trauma, participants will be armed with life-affirmation tools that will help them to prevent suicide within their community.
Who is this workshop geared towards?
This workshop is geared toward community leaders, stakeholders, educators, partners, and anyone that works on suicide prevention in the community.
Training Process and Resources:
This interactive training involves direct instruction combined with small and large group discussions. Participants will receive handouts to supplement training and referenced resources providing additional detail on suicide prevention
English (interpretation is available)
Minimum of 10-20 participants
Training is provided by Isaksimagit Inuusirmi Katujjiqatigiit
Embrace Life Council certified trainers
More Training Opportunities
ASIST is a crisis intervention training developed by Living Works, with the goal of equipping participants to respond competently to individuals at risk of suicide.
Mindfulness is a half-day workshop designed to meet the needs of mental health practitioners, educators, and other helping professionals who want to incorporate mindfulness skills into their work.
Reach Out is a workshop that aims to help community members learn skills that will enable them to assist individuals at risk of suicide.