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The official Suicide Prevention Australia AudioBoom Channel. Suicide Prevention Australia provides national leadership for the suicide prevention sector in Australia. SPA works collaboratively to develop a community that knows how to ask for help and how to give help. We build and facilitate partnerships to change behaviours around mental illness and suicide, and to assist the healing for people with lived experience of suicide. If any of the stories shared on this page bring up touch emotio ...
 
DAWN HEALS THE DARKEST HOUR | The antithesis of suicide’s promise of pain relief, is the healing hope of human compassion and connection. Founded on this principle of Relational Safety, PROTECT is a new dawn in the practice of assets-based recovery oriented care for people in suicidal distress. When seeking out the source of pain, PROTECT transcends the deficits-focus of “what’s the matter with you” to “what matters to you”, a novel mindset that unlocks the true potential in both the profess ...
 
Objective Zero Foundation 501 c/3 non-profit focuses on the use of proprietary patented technology as a resource to prevent suicide, particularly in the veteran and servicemember community. This podcast focuses the conversation directly on the issues of veteran and service member suicides, mental health, and resources available to overcome the challenges associated with them. This show is hosted by two infantry combat veterans who served together, one of whom is the Co-Founder of the Objecti ...
 
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In conversation with Tracey Chitty, the AWARE framework has been contextualised into the educational setting in this podcast episode. The recap begins with a discussion on rational vs rationalising and then goes into each of the factors: Anxiety Weighting Agenda Resources Experience In particular the agendas of parents and principals are discussed …
 
A special episode to mark the 10th of September - World Suicide Prevention Day. Humor Heals #LOL @the Sound of Hope provides 3 exercises of therapeutic humour. Pile ‘o Punchlines The Comedy of Complaints The Comedy of Contradictions Its a collaboration with Mallori DeSalle and Lodge McCammon. By brining humour to one of the most serious of topics, …
 
Searching for the meaning of life is only natural. A meaningful life leads to a sense of purpose, self-esteem and psychological well-being. How do life experiences that are unique to Veterans alter these feelings? In this episode, Dr. Edgar Villarreal speaks with VA researcher Dr. Adam Kinney and Army Veteran, Jeff Moe to find out. They discuss how…
 
In the second of the Recaps we go through the four chapters in the CORE module and pin down the key messages: Care Compass - Risk vs Recovery - without risk there is no recovery, with the right care the person has more control Optimise Pain Relief - Dig deep to establish the need and interests that lie beneath the position of dying, help them see t…
 
In the first of this sequence of guest episodes with Tracey Chitty, we share ESF's (Hong Kong) whole of school approach to suicide prevention after an intensive four days of training for school counsellors and teachers. In the upcoming episode, we will be summarising the key messages from the training for the attendees to recap what was taught and …
 
Jay and Nick welcome Julie Overstreet to the show to talk about "DBT" Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Below are some links we wanted to share for additional information. Julie was a great guest. We know you will enjoy it and we hope you learn something from it. https://www.verywellmind.com/dialectical-behavior-therapy... https://www.delraycenter.com/…
 
A unique perspective to establish common ground between the Health Regulators and the practitioner under investigation is the basis for this episode. It builds on the previous episode of why Health Regulators need to be trained in Suicide Prevention and how Doctors and Nurses and Allied Health are an ultra high risk group when a notification happen…
 
Joiner's model of desire and capability is used to explain the high risk period that health practitioners face when they have had a notification to AHPRA (any health regulator for that matter). Manaan explains the training that is on offer for health regulators in this episode. We also take the opportunity to welcome listeners from the English Scho…
 
In the third of the 5 Critical Crisis Conversations, Manaan explores how the person's agenda of ensuring short term safety through admission may be quite different to the long term focus of resilience for the professional. Both want safety but the route to it is different. Being able to show the similarity of the overarching goal amidst the dissimi…
 
The second of the Borderline AWARE conversations relates to Weighting (Diagnosis, Course, Social Causation - how these factors may influence the weighting that we put on a person's suicidality). The conversation is named Empowerment vs Containment. The episode builds on the Advice vs Action conversation and goes a step further providing the listene…
 
In this sequence of nuanced conversations, listeners will be guided through some of the most sensitive issues that they will have to navigate while supporting a person in suicidal distress. This episode captures the essence of Advice vs Action. The advice we give - face your fears, applies to us as well when we make decisions regarding whether we a…
 
Jill presents to the Emergency Department in a suicidal crisis, she has Borderline Personality Disorder and believes that the only way her safety can be maintained is through an inpatient admission. This is not an infrequent occurrence for those working in an ED setting. Dr Kar Ray talks you through the different AWARE factors that can influence th…
 
Understanding splitting is essential to supporting people in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), particularly when they are in suicidal crisis. In this episode Dr Kar Ray shares some foundational constructs as well as some practical tips that can help a health care professional or even family members provide the most appropriate support.…
 
Jay and Nick welcome Heather Lottering, Board Chair for the SouthEast Texas Region of AFSP. In light of the events in Texas, they felt this episode was necessary to talk about mental health. Heather brought some great information about AFSP and also shared her story on how she got involved. Share and join us on facebook . You can email us at jay@ja…
 
Jay and Nick welcome back Abigail from Refreshinglyfifty.com to talk about Suicide Prevention. Abigail told the story about her mother and her mothers struggles with mental health problems. We really appreciate her coming on and talking about it. It is not something easy to do. We hope her story touches your heart. Share and join us on facebook . Y…
 
Jay and Nick talk about the event that happened on Nov. 6th, 2021 and since it was Nicks first time, we got his reaction. Out of the Darkness is a walk to raise funds for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Great event for a great cause. Share and join us on facebook . You can email us at jay@jaytalk.net or nickod120@outlook.com , we wo…
 
Jay and Nick talk about the upcoming Out of the Darkness walk happening on Nov. 6th in the Woodlands. You can still donate to the cause. We would love your support for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Share and join us on facebook . You can email us at jay@jaytalk.net or nickod120@outlook.com , we would love to hear from you.…
 
Jay and Nick welcome Tina to the show to talk crazy dates, crazy outfits, and she talked about mental illness and suicide and how it affected her life. Never something easy to talk about folks so we want to thank Tina for being brave and telling her story. Share and join us on facebook . You can email us at jay@jaytalk.net or nickod120@outlook.com …
 
Jay and Nick talk about the events surrounding Jay's son Andrew. The factors and we took some of the things Cammy talked to us about and applied them to that story. Warning - I do talk about what I saw when I found Andrew. If you will find this difficult, I give you a warning in show and you can skip about 10 minutes to miss that part. Suicide Prev…
 
Jay and Nick welcome our guest from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Cammy Hazim to discuss suicide. Talk Saves Lives and we hope our talk with Cammy will encourage you to talk as well. She provided us with a lot of great information and we learned quite a few things. Hope you enjoy the show and hope this helps someone out there. If …
 
Following two days of 7 SAFE Steps training, we caught up with our four professional actors who brought to life Sandeep in the simulations. They are the fabulous 4: Tegan Braithwaite, Charlie Baz, Sami Afuni and Kyra Thompson. This is an opportunistic recording of the debrief and the feedback they provided. 7 SAFE STEPS is a 7 session safety protoc…
 
In the lead up to a case study, Manaan delves deep into Personality Disorders and talks about all 10 conditions covering clusters A, B and C in this episode. Cluster A These personality disorders are characterized by odd or eccentric behaviour. People with cluster A personality disorders tend to experience major disruptions in relationships because…
 
Yvette Bonilla, LMSW, is the Owner and CEO of Suicide Care Consulting Services. She has seen firsthand the fateful effects of the revolving door effect and how it can rattle the lives of clients, the work and motivation of providers, the cost labor for leaders, and the reputation of the hospital system. Mrs. Bonilla is a thought leader in the suici…
 
Building on the qualitative theme of Experience in the AWARE framework is the phenomenon of Creep Crash Crawl. The episode describes how risk taking gradually creeps up due to suicide being a rare event, rare events cause confirmation bias, what I decided clinically was the right decision... This results in a Creep up of risk taking which is inevit…
 
It is well known that exercise can improve both physical and mental health. But what about preventing and treating PTSD in Veterans? In this episode, Dr. Edgar Villarreal speaks with researcher Dr. Daniel Reis and Army Veteran Adam Holt. Through the lens of both research and lived experience they explore exercise as an alternative treatment option …
 
Experience is the final AWARE factor. In this episode Manaan explores in detail the different ways in which experience generalises: Experience of the same patient over time Experience of a diagnostic group Experience of a demographic group Experience of supporting people in suicidal distress In the final half Manaan shares how the professional or p…
 
Dr Miguel de Seixas, Head of Psychiatry at Family Medical Practice in Vietnam shares valuable insights from his journey (Cambridge to Saigon). Miguel talks about how Psychiatric practice in Cambridge and Saigon are similar but also different. The foundation of our practice i.e. connecting with kindness and compassion with the pain that the person i…
 
Are you eliciting an agenda in the referrer, patient or carer? And whatever you elicit is that impacting the way in which you listen to the person's story i.e. does it affect your clinical decision. Agenda is the third of the five AWARE factors and it was quite obvious that assessors were responding to agendas they perceived, sometimes positively b…
 
Episode 16 explores how assessors rate suicidality in different kinds of presentation i.e. weighting. The AWARE study established that the weighting of suicidality could be impacted by: Diagnosis (Personality Disorder and Substance misuse counted for less) Course (Acute trumped acute on chronic, which trumped chronic) Social Causation (Carried less…
 
Neurodivergent people in a neurotypical world face unique challenges when navigating a suicidal crisis. The busy, bright, noisy Emergency Department does not serve as a safety scaffolding, if anything could perpetuate the crisis or actually cause a melt down while waiting. Shazzy shares many such insights both from her lived and carer experience as…
 
This episode introduces the listeners to a key concept, the 2 mental spaces in which an assessor operates in an assessment. Rational - facts followed by decision Rationalizing - decision followed by fact selection Manaan uses a range of practical examples to elaborate decision making processes including Festinger's original research from 1954 and t…
 
Veterans experiencing homelessness face unique challenges that increase their risk for suicide. In this episode, Dr. Edgar Villarreal talks to our guest Dr. Ryan Holliday about the need for research focused on this population. They discuss an article that explores research priorities identified by experts and Veterans with lived experience in suici…
 
Professionals need a good understanding of self before they can understand others. AWARE protects against undue influences in the act of clinical decision making. Intended to make practice safer, its use in clinical supervision or multidisciplinary case reviews should bolster practice by making individuals and/or teams who assess people in suicidal…
 
Episode 13 introduces the ASSESS module and provides a broad overview of the 6 chapters in ASSESS. It then dives into attitudes towards suicide. The key messages to remember are: Stop – Pause Attitudes towards suicide influence decisions, Attitudes towards suicide influence rapport and empathy, Attitudes towards suicide influence care and support w…
 
Dr Stan Steindl is an Australian clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience as a therapist, trainer and researcher. He is has an active clinical practice and is passionate about motivational interviewing (MI) and compassion focused therapy (CFT). And he teaches and presents on these topics around the world! Stan shares some deep insights a…
 
In this episode Manaan reveals the 3 practice shifts that lie at the foundation of a new program called 7 SAFE Steps. The are: Prediction to Prevention Past to Future Deficits to Assets These 3 shifts will bring progress to the practice of care provision for those in suicidal distress, they are an automatic consequence of the mindset shift from top…
 
Meet Ashley P Evans, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Waco, Texas. Here is a bit about Ashley in her own words: I am from Auburn, Alabama...WAR EAGLE! I received my Bachelors degree from Florida State University...GO 'NOLES! When I initially went to college, I was Pre-Med Psychology, but it didn't take me long to convince myself th…
 
Episode 10 will be diving deep into the 5 values of Relational Safety: Courage Curiosity Compassion Collaboration and Commitment and translating these values into action. Episode 10 is full of catch phrases, some of the highlights are, patient is not in the way, patient is the way, listen with fascination, mind open – mouth shut, cant walk through …
 
Part 2 of Empathy in Action introduces the Values of Relational Safety: Courage: to be present and suspend the desire to help Curiosity: in taking the time to listen and recognizing reasons and emotions Compassion: in sharing the person’s darkness without judgement Commitment: to reframe suicidal thoughts and acts as a desire to be pain-free Collab…
 
In part 1 of Empathy in Action, the listener is introduced to the key mindset shift that underlies Relational Safety, from TOP to TAP. This supports a transition from attempting to establish "what's the matter with you" to "what matters to you". Providing healthcare professionals contemporary knowledge about how the forms they fill can actually ser…
 
The episode provides a novel way to describe risk and steers professionals away from high, medium and low risk stratification. The listener will be introduced to: Longitudinal Risk Unaddressed Risk Cross-sectional Risk On the way to formulating an opinion of clear and imminent risk. This is a far more nuanced approach and a meaningful attempt at co…
 
Proactive Detection of Clear and Imminent Risk of Suicide In the first past of Risk Rethink, the listener is introduced to Shneidman's cubic model and the three psychological forces of: Psychache - Press - Perturbation This lays the foundation for a discussion about the continuum of risk. Listeners are also urged to allow their knowledge of warning…
 
Optimise Pain Relief introduces a pain based narrative as a conversational strategy to discover common ground. The person in suicidal distress wants to be pain free and the professional wants to help them be pain free. Despite this common ground why do so many professionals end up in a power struggle with the person they are supporting? The episode…
 
Acquired neurologic conditions can lead to functional challenges and changes that might increase risk for suicide. In this episode, Dr. Jordan Wyrwa and Dr. Lisa Brenner discuss three recent research papers on suicide rates among Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Stroke. They talk about the similari…
 
The episode describes the different ways in which the Care Compass can be used: To capture hope To gain a better understanding of risk and safety To find common ground when there is a difference of opinion To address culture The episode finishes with a discussion on the challenges of recovery oriented care in community mental health care and how th…
 
Episode 03 introduces the Care Compass, a conceptual visual conversation aid to talk about recovery and current care delivery. The difficult balancing act between risk and recovery intensifies many folds in a suicidal crisis. This can only be struck in partnership with the person and their family and to get them on board and to understand the finer…
 
Episode 02 introduces the four chapters in the CORE Module and the nautical metaphor: Navigating Rocky Waters Navigating Rocky Water is about recovery. We all need hope, it is central to our mental health and well being. Recovery for those with mental illness (depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anorexia, bulimia, borderline perso…
 
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