NCTSN-Partnered Resource for Supporting Youth Conversations with Friends or Peers about Suicide and Self-Harm
The ASAP Center collaborated with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network’s Youth Task Force to develop a partnered resource for youth suicide prevention. This 3-part resource* supports youth when talking with friends and peers about suicide and self-harm and engages youth in self-care when navigating these difficult conversations. ASAP’s psychologist, Dr. Lucas Zullo, led the ASAP partnership on this product.
Please click the following NCTSN links to learn more about each part:
Talking About Suicide with Friends and Peers
Words To Use When Talking About Suicide
*Developed for youths ages 12 and older.