We see suicide prevention training as a critical tool in helping to identify and help people in crisis.
John Connors is the President of the Connors Group. He has been in the training and development profession for over 30 years. John has written 2 books, co-authored a third and authored numerous articles. He has provided training services around the world.
John’s major focus is “creating a successful and healthy environment through training and support.” To do this we need to change people’s attitude by recognizing communication, knowledge and awareness saves lives. John’s training programs illustrate how to recognize suicidal warning signs, persuade a person to seek professional help, and refer them to community resources. The key is to be aware of suicidal signs before a person is in crisis.
If you are looking for more than training and are interested in building a long-term strategy to identify the signs of suicide, please contact John Connors at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 518-505-4836.
Compassionate patient advocate with 21 years of transport and leadership experience and an NRP, CCP-C list of credentials. I have a passion for mentoring, promoting self-awareness and advocating for public safety, first responders and hospital-based providers. With a profound sense of duty, I work every day to help my brothers and sisters redefine inaccurate and misguided mental health labels and perceptions throughout the public safety community. Real conversations and strategies to help you navigate the daily stressors every time you put on a uniform.
If you are looking for more than training and are interested in building a long-term strategy to identify the signs of suicide, please contact me, Jeff Connors at email@example.com or by calling 252-295-8211.
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Thank you for your time today in discussing QPR around suicide. I’m not a first line responder but I’m in a unique position to have insight into how the front line staff are doing back at the station, and make it a priority to keep a pulse on things like this. Additionally, it’ll help me be a better support to my family member who is a veteran and struggling with PTSD on many levels. Your work is critical to humanity and I’m glad you invest in changing lives in this way.
I appreciated Mr. Connors persistence in engaging the group in conversation. I believe we were able to learn from each other as well as Mr. Connors as he guided the discussion.
The training opened up a very important topic of conversation and will hopefully help us all be more assertive in asking the hard questions of our friends and co-workers.
I really enjoyed the training. It made me aware of things to look for in my fellow coworkers. It also gave confidence to ask the question if someone is not been themselves or are contemplating hurting themselves.
I was curious how effective the training would be considering it was conducted via Zoom. John did an amazing job engaging everyone by speaking directly to them or answering questions through the Chat Box. The QPR training will be beneficial to absolutely everyone who attended.
This was an excellent course. John made sure everyone was engaged and that they participated.
I found the training to be relevant and very touching. I feel very supported by CPHM and glad we invest the time in topics and training such as these. It’s so important to our mental well- being, knowing we can count on each other, and this training just reinforces it.
The class went well. I thought it was overall a good review of what to look out for. The instructor was very knowledgeable and seems ready to help at any time.