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Lifeline Shanghai believes that talking helps. Our helpline supports callers when they are facing life challenges. We know meaningful conversations with friends, family and work colleagues, can play a vital role in supporting someone for whom we are concerned about. It can all begin by simply asking "Are you ok?"
Participants will recognise the life-changing power of caring conversations and learn skills to promote them. Learning what, how and when to ask someone who appears to be struggling, "Are you okay?", could possibly save a life but more commonly it can decrease feelings of disconnection and loneliness. These practical skills can be readily applied in both personal and professional situations.
|This session will emphasize the importance of connecting caringly with others to help prevent suicide. Through discussion, demonstration and interaction, participants will be guided how to ask the question, "Are you ok?" and then how to listen empathetically and respond according to the other's need. The skills that will be taught can help those who are struggling to feel connected and supported. This training is based upon the Australian R U OK? campaign www.ruok.org.au .|
Presentation & Interactive Workshop
This workshop is designed for people of all ages who are interested in supporting friends and colleagues who may be going through a difficult time. It is ideally suited for teachers, managers, human resource professionals and anyone in a caregiver role.
Lifeline Shanghai Training Team
For additional questions regarding this class, please contact email@example.com.
When and Where
October 15, 2016 at 12:30 PM
October 15, 2016 at 3:30 PM
Shanghai Center, 1376 Nanjing West Road Level 3 Room 353, Puxi, JingAn, 中国上海南京西路1376号西峰办公室 邮编: 200040