Suicide Ideation

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You’re invited for EHN Canada’s next educational webinar:

Suicide Ideation

With Ryan Slobodian, BA, MC, CCC, RCC, CSAT,

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Edgewood Treatment Centre

Suicide ideation, often called suicidal thoughts or ideas, is a broad term used to describe a range of contemplations, wishes, and preoccupations with death and suicide. Suicide impacts people of all ages and backgrounds in Canada. According to Stats Canada, every year, approximately 4,500 people in Canada die by suicide, which is the equivalent to 12 people dying by suicide every day. For every person lost to suicide, many more experience thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts.  Join Ryan Slobodian, Registered Clinical Counsellor at Edgewood Treatment Centre, on Thursday, February 23 between 12-1pm EST as he further discusses the causes and major warning signs of suicide ideation. 


  • Review causes and major warning signs 
  • Overview on statistics and proper language 
  • Discuss the link between minority stress, socioeconomic status and increase suicide risk
  • Examine destigmatizing and therapeutic approaches to suicide prevention

Date: February 23, 2023 – 12pm ET, 9am PT

Duration: 1-hour (45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A)


This webinar provides 1.0 CEU credits recognized by the CACCF, CCPA, MDPAC, and CVRP.

If you are unable to make it on the day of the webinar, we record all of our sessions for your convenience. We ask that you please register as if you were able to attend to be included on the follow-up email journey.

Our sessions include live closed captions generated by Zoom software.

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