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  • Elevating the Conversation at DU GSPP

    "Learning From Lived Experience"
    2nd Annual Elevating the Conversation Training: Critical Skills in Suicide Risk Assessment, Management & Support

    February 27, 2015
    Sturm Hall, University of Denver
    Details & Registration
    Early Bird Rates through 1/31:

    Students - $45
    General - $99
    Click to register!

    This is the 2nd annual Elevating the Conversation event featuring the most recent research, thought provoking perspectives, and skills-based training on suicide risk assessment, management, and grief support for:

    • Healthcare professionals
    • Behavioral health & mental health providers
    • Peer supporters
    • Bereavement support providers
    • All those interested in learning more!


    About this year's theme "Learning through Lived Experience:" 

    For far too many years suicide prevention has not engaged the perspectives of those who have lived through suicidal experiences. Because of social stigma and fear, as well as personal shame, a culture of silence prevailed. This year's event is an opportunity to benefit from the lived experience of suicide attempt survivors.  Elevate the Conversation training will also help serve as a bridge to developing a conversation about suicide prevention between mental health policy makers and consumer advocates.

    The workshop is collaboratively supported by the Carson J Spencer Foundation, Colorado Psychological Association, Judi’s House, Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado, and University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work and Graduate School of Professional Psychology.

  • Women's Conference

    "Inspiring the Power of Possibility"
    20th Annual DU Women's Conference

    March 27, 2015
    University of Denver
    Details & Registration
    GSPP is a proud sponsor of the University's 20th Annual Women's Conference.

    This year's theme is "Inspiring the Power of Possibility: Defining the Meaning of Success and Recognizing our Value." This conference seeks to connect students, staff, faculty, women, and men allies to learn and share in the spirit of unity to advance the success of women at DU.

    Please visit the event site to register or learn more!

    "From Emmett Till to Mike Brown: Empowering A New Generaton of Black Leaders" 
    Colorado Black Student Leadership Conference

    April 3 & 4, 2015
    University of Denver
    Details & Registration
    GSPP is a proud sponsor of the Colorado Black Student Leadership Conference.

    The CBSLC mission is to “Empower Black scholars by developing individual cultural identities, while addressing the need for activism and professionalism within today’s Black community.” The Black Lives Matters, can’t Breathe and other movements expose that after 50 years following the death of Emmett Till we are still wresting injustice and inequity. The CBSLC will address activism and Black identity development, activism & social change, as well as professional & leadership development. 

    Please visit the event site to register or learn more!


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