Suicide Prevention and Coping During COVID - Free Virtual Training
Suicide Prevention & Coping During COVID
The Mayor's Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods (OSHN) would like to invite you to be a part of the One Love Louisville Networking Night featuring our special guest from the Kent School of Social Work, Sara Williams MSSW, CSW.
January 26 is an opportunity for citizens to learn more about Violence Prevention efforts as well as find out about important resources and initiatives in our community.
Our Networking Night create an environment for change agents to build a network of citizens as well as agencies involved in efforts to help prevent violence. It provides a space for continued development of violence prevention knowledge and resources. During this Networking Night, you will learn individual and collective efforts to prevent suicide and coping strategies during the age of COVID-19.
Come ready to connect with other passionate community members and learn more about innovative violence prevention strategies to help create a safer Louisville!
Read more about our guest speaker below:
Sara Williams MSSW, CSW is a social worker who has practiced clinically in community mental health settings. She is a doctoral candidate and part-time faculty at the Kent School of Social Work. Her research focuses on understanding and preventing suicidality among gender and sexually diverse populations. Sara's passion for suicide prevention began in 2010 when a close friend of hers died from suicide. Her journey from loss survivor to clinician, researcher, and teacher has inspired a great passion to spread hope and to educate as many people as possible on suicide prevention.