Suicide Bereavement: Practical Applications – A Digital Conference

Throughout September 2021

Harmless are proud to announce that we are hosting our second online Suicide Bereavement conference to examine the practical application of working in the field of suicide bereavement, split over 7 live webinars over September 2021, in line with World Suicide Prevention Day.

The Theme for this year is: *Surviving a crisis: How to ensure we keep moving in the direction of effective application*

The programme is designed to help those of us working with anyone impacted by suicide to improve our knowledge, skills and understanding in relation to suicide bereavement. Delegates can expect to take away from the conference a range of knowledge, inspiration and practical applications for the implementation in real life personal and professional situations. Learning from some of the leaders in the field, delegates will have access to interactive sessions that can drive change in the field of suicide bereavement.

We welcome a broad range of delegates from all walks of life – whether you are a professional working in the field of suicide prevention, a frontline worker, or a person interested in developing your own learning and understanding of postvention.

The conference will take place over a series of live webinars, throughout the month of September 2021. If you cannot attend them all, they will be recorded and available to watch at your own convenience and leisure.

All the money raised from this conference will go directly into our self-harm, suicide crisis, and suicide bereavement clinical services.

If you would like more information about our forthcoming conference or to book your place, visit the bookings page:

Introducing Our Confirmed Speakers…

Sarah BatesExecutive Lead for SASP

Holly TolsonMembership and Communications Project Officer for SASP

Professor Rory O’ConnorProfessor of Health Psychology, University of Glasgow

Dr Alexandra PitmanAssociate Clinical Professor, UCL Division of Psychiatry, University College London

Poppy Jones and Katie QuayleTrainee Clinical Psychologist’s. Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programme, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychiatry, University College London

Charlotte HensonDetective Sergeant Nottinghamshire Police

Dr Helen GarrDeputy Director NHS Practitioner Health

Claire DixonTraining Department Manager & Specialist TrainerLet’s Talk Training, Harmless

Leanne MoultonProject Lead & Specialist Trainer for Let’s Talk Training, Harmless

If you would like more information about our forthcoming conference or to book your place, visit the bookings page: