An amazon best seller for educators
Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide & Recognizing Students at Risk, by Anne Moss Rogers & Kimberly O’Brien PhD, LICSW.
Description: Perfect for teachers, counselors, coaches, parents, and administrators in schools, this bestseller highlights the tools, resources, and ideas that fuel small culture shifts for a foundation of suicide prevention. Since teachers oversee millions of adolescents nationwide, their observations, instincts, and relationships make them a vital first link between students, the school counseling team, their parents, and mental health resources. This book covers key strategies for prevention, intervention, and postvention, emphasizing student wellness, social-emotional learning, and collaboration among educators at all levels.
This book is practical, easy to read and apply, and important support for any teacher who wants to be a real mental health ally to students.
Suzanne Button, PhD., Sr Clinical Director, High School Programming, JED Foundation
Susan R., Guidance Counselor, Missouri High School
The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast, Suicide Prevention: What Teachers Can Do, hits the highlights and reinforces some of the main concepts in the book.
This podcast focuses on Postvention which is after suicide loss. It’s an overview of what schools and communities can do to prevent future loss of life.
Emotionally Naked Endorsements
The authors bring out the heart and soul of suicide prevention. Policymakers, administrators, educators, and parents will walk away inspired, and better equipped to address suicide in schools.
Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, President, American Association of Suicidology
Sound information, practical advice, superb collection of resources, and written with compassion.
Jerry Reed, Ph.D., MSW, Education Development Center
This book is an amazingly practical, accessible, and thoughtful resource.
–Julie Goldstein Grumet, Ph.D., Director, Zero Suicide Institute, Education Development Center
Teachers are uniquely positioned to recognize children who are struggling emotionally. This book is a priceless resource in helping them do this effectively.
Victor Schwartz, MD, Former CMO, The JED Foundation, Dept of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine
Free ebook library
by Anne Moss Rogers and Karla Helbert LPC
Grief Journey in a Jar Kit. A gift for those who’ve lost a child. Give this as a gift or use it in a support group.
10 Tips for Preventing Suicide in our Children. While nothing is guaranteed, these tips will help lower risk and help you have the conversation.
How to Recognize Symptoms of Depression. For those who suspect they might have depression or loved ones who are concerned. Common & uncommon signs.
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10 Steps to Finding Your Purpose Add meaning to your life. Ten steps and two pages. Includes ways to honor the memory of a loved one who has died.
Safety Guidelines for Sharing Mental Health Stories at Public Events. How to coach storytellers, safety guidelines, trigger warning script, + more.
What to look for in a mental health speaker. For those who want a good speaker and a responsible storyteller.
Thank you so much for your visit to our jail and specifically the members of our Heroin Addiction Recovery Program (HARP). The education and awareness you brought to the often ignored topic of suicide was priceless and I know changed lives in that room….Beyond that, the hope and inspiration you left them with will carry on in more ways than education, you will save lives! Emotionally Naked is a Godsend and a lifesaver.
Sheriff Karl Leonard, Founder of HARP, Heroin Addicts Recovery Program, Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
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