Walgett - Deadly Thinking - Suicide Prevention Workshop

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The Walgett AMS staff collaborated with the Walgett Police force to offer a service for young boys who are just starting to come to the notice of the police in Walgett. Ten Aboriginal boys were selected to participate in the program which ran for the whole week. The Deadly Thinking concept was used to convey the issues like anxiety, depression, drug and alcohol, and smoking with yarning and “where do I seek help” being of most importance throughout the presentation. Reg added a life skills component, where the young fellas had to cook lunch. There are more opportunities coming up in the near future to present more Deadly Thinking workshops in the area.

Awesome work Reg & Ricco - look forward to hearing about your next workshop👍

Group of People, Deadly Thinking Workshop

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