To register for the webinar, go to this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gGBjsAphRw2cJJ0W8CS59pw
On May 14, at 19:00, the Public Journalism Club invites a webinar on "Suicide: Types, Causes, Prevention."
The topic of suicide, especially in our crisis days, has become a cause for concern in a number of countries.
What do you need to know about suicide types, causes, and some manifestations of suicidal behavior?
These are not superfluous knowledge or information but can be very useful to help someone around us and prevent them from taking a fatal step.
The speaker of the webinar is psychologist-consultant Marine Petrosyan. She has more than 25 years of experience in psychological work, including 10 years in the field of education and legal psychology. She taught at YSU, at the Academy of Public Administration. She has participated in numerous training, including on the features of psychological assistance in emergencies.
She currently works in the United States.
The webinar will take place on May 14 at 19:00, with a duration of 1.5 hours, including a question and answer session.
The event is organized by the Public Journalism Club with the support of Open Society Foundations - Armenia.
The webinar will be simultaneously broadcasted on the Facebook page of the Public Journalism Club, which you can follow at this link: https://www.facebook.com/publicjournalismclub/live
If the live broadcast is not available on our Facebook page due to technical problems, you can watch it on the Media Center's Youtube channel, at this link: https://www.youtube.com/user/Pjournalismclub
Due to the software load, the broadcast may start five minutes late. If you have any questions, you can contact us through the Media Center's Facebook page, we are always online and available.
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