Help for Families After a Suicide Attempt

Do you know what to do after a family member has attempted suicide?

Are you feeling lost and afraid? Confused? Betrayed? Angry? Then you're in the right place.

Families are like mobiles - if you disturb one element, all the elements react to it. Don't sweep an attempt under the rug or pretend it never happened.  Everyone in the family is impacted and needs help processing it and healing from this traumatic event.


This course is designed to help family members and friends cope and learn to thrive after a suicide attempt.  It consists of six modules:

  1. Module One - Now What Do We Do - the impact an attempt has on the entire family and how to help members cope with the traumatic experience
  2. Module Two - How Do We Help You - how to work with the attempt survivor to keep them safe and manage their suicidality
  3. Module Three - The Art of Listening - learn different types of communication, including roadblocks, empathic and active listening plus more
  4. Module 4 - Insight into the Suicidal Mind - delve into the different theories of why and how a p person becomes suicidal plus characteristics common to suicidal people
  5. Module 5 - The Necessity of Self-Care - ways to deal with stress and different techniques of self-care every family member can use
  6. Module 6 - Learning to Thrive - discover how to develop resilience, what post-traumatic growth is and different forms of advocacy

A workbook is also included with the course.  This workbook was designed by someone with a background in instructional design, learning and cognitive psychology.  It includes activities and exercises designed to go deeper into the module content and help you process the information more effectively.  It also contains resources and other informational materials. Together with the modules, you'll have an exceptional program that you simply will not find elsewhere.

There are also two bonus modules, one covering suicide, depression, bipolar disorder and self-harm and the other covering evidence based practices that are effective in treating suicidal thoughts and behaviors.

Plus if you join now, you'll have access to a private Facebook group, where you'll get to meet other family members and be part of a community. And I've just added an additional bonus - monthly group conference calls where you can ask questions and hear what other people have on their minds too.

There will be webinars and downloads available as well and materials will be added continuously.  You'll have lifetime access to the course too.

In a perfect world, I’d be able to offer this course for free and I’d love to be able to do that.  In fact, I’m looking into finding some way to have an organization or company underwrite the cost. But the truth of the matter is that I’ve been working on this full-time for almost a year, receiving no kind of compensation.  I’ve sunk thousands of hours and dollars into this project. But I need to make a living. I can’t keep doing work for free; our finances are such that they won’t allow me to do so any longer. I’m also not a nonprofit and have no grant money. I’m not trying to get sympathy or make you feel guilty.  I’m only explaining this, so you can understand my position. That's also why I'm providing different payment plans to offer as many options as possible so you can take this course.

Don't wait another minute to be part of this transformative experience and help your family grow and strengthen together. 


"I want to refer hospitals and schools to you....  we really didn’t have much guidance initially after my son’s attempt. Your resources are great!"   Anonymous


Save money by purchasing the entire course - you'll get all six modules, the workbook journal, plus two bonus modules.  You'll save over 20% by buying it bundled. 

This site is not intended to be a substitute  for therapy or medical advice.


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