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Transcript of Preventive Education
deation- Threaten or communication
ubstance abuse- Excessive or increases
urposeless- No reason for living
rapped-Feeling there is no way out
ithdrawing- From friends,family,society
nger(uncontrolled)- Rage seeking revenge
eckless- Risky acts, unthinking
ood changes( dramatic)
Listen and look for red flags for suicidal behavior
1. In the US, one student under the age of 15 dies every hour and 40 minutes from Suicide (Cdc,2015)
2. 13.6% teens have plans
3. Suicide rates highest among Caucasian males (23%)
4. Youngest patients treated 4-7 years of age
1. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for ages 10-24 ( CDC,2013)
2. More teens dies from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, stroke, birth defects combined.
3. Chaparral Suicide or Self injurious protocols
2014-2015 : 12 reported
2015-2016 : 4 protocols ( 17 days )
CPS calls made: 5 s ( 17 days)
However some families choose to not share this information with the school so it could be more.
Current facts about Self-injurious behaviors
1. National statistics:
2012 U.S 1 out of every 200 students ages 13-19 have cut and 70% cut regularly
Protect the part of you that wants to live!!
Practicing Stress management tools- monitor your students levels of stress during class activities
Beware of the warning signs
Suicide and Self Injurious Behaviors
Presented by your Mental Health Team
: Mr Navid,
: Terri Guerrieri And
: Rebecca Parry, Melinda Taylor, Abby Jones, Rowena Manibusan, Juliet Mandado, Rosalie Ramirez
IS PATH WARM?
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is the deliberate, self-inflicted destruction of body tissue
◦ intentional carving or cutting of the skin
◦ sub-dermal tissue scratching
◦ burning oneself
◦ banging or punching objects on oneself with the intention of hurting oneself
◦ embedding objects under the skin
What is SIB?
Show students you understand that they need help.
Take the problem very seriously. This is not just attention-seeking behavior.
Be completely supportive.
Immediately seek treatment for student
Be aware of verbal statements/writings that accompanied the behavior
React with anger.
Go into denial about the problem.
Assume this is a "phase" your teen will outgrow.
Ask "Why are you doing this to yourself?"
Try to hide sharp objects. It's an ineffective deterrent. If the student wants to self-injure, they will find a way.
Your mental health professionals use:
1) annual training
2) assessment tools
3) find family help
4) then do post-vention and transition student back into school and add to caseload
If you break a bone, what do you do? Where do you go?
If your mind is hurting or emotional broken what do you do? Where do you go?
Report Immediately face to face or on the phone to a Counselor, Nurse or School Psych
Abuse and neglect must be reported immediately by CCSD employee who initially received the information required by law.
Note: have student with you.
If it's in a writing or drawing assignment you notice late in the evening please let us know 1st thing in the morning
Please Please Please do not wait til the end of the day, utilize a hall monitor to bring student up.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOU DO TO KEEP OUR STUDENTS SAFE!!