CURRENT UVU STUDENT TICKETS SOLD OUT!
Unfortunately, we have limited capacity for the live event. However, all of the conference content, including session recordings, will be available until October 23. If you're a current UVU student who has not yet registered and would like to access the conference content after October 9, please contact Amanda Hyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name and email address.
For the first time, we will be holding the UVU Conference on Suicide Prevention entirely online.
Earn 6 Suicide Prevention CEUs and 1 Ethics Credit!
The UVU College of Humanities and Social Sciences, UVU Crisis Services, Student Affairs, and the UVU Veteran’s Center are pleased to present the 2020 UVU Conference on Suicide Prevention. With the devastating social, emotional, and economic impacts of the pandemic, we know that mental health is more important than ever. This single-day conference--designed to meet the needs and interests of professionals, service providers, families, community members, and students--will provide information on a wide range of topics dealing with suicide, suicide prevention, and mental health.
Despite moving to a virtual conference, we still plan to offer a full conference program, including keynote, plenary, and concurrent sessions intended to help participants find hope and healing as they explore the complex aspects of suicide, suicide prevention, and recovery. We also plan to continue to offer professional CEUs, including suicide prevention specific CEUs for those that need them. All session materials, including recordings of all the conference presentations, will be available to registered participants for two weeks after the conference date.