I Am Not OK...An Evening for Suicide Awareness and Prevention October 22, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30pm
Suicide is a major issue facing our community. We are eager to do something to help prevent this tragedy. Join us to hear from Dr. Ryan Hall and Kirsten Wulfsberg on how to help prevent suicide.
In the Worship Center of Littleton Church of Christ (6495 S Colorado Blvd.)
Ryan Hall is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Master Addiction Counselor, and has a Ph.D. in Religious and Psychological Studies from the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology’s Joint Doctoral Program. Having got her start as a psychotherapist at a residential juvenile correctional program in Tampa, Florida, Ryan has worked with all kinds of clients and diverse presenting issues. She has been an alcohol, tobacco, and drug educator at Littleton Adventist Hospital for 7 years, where she has evaluated more than 10,000 patients and has taught workshops on Motivational Interviewing, substance use, and the compassionate care of patients. Ryan’s doctoral research centers on the complex ways that religion and spirituality intersect with feelings of suicidality.
As clinical supervisor of the psychiatric assessment team for Centura Health’s South Denver hospitals and medical facilities, Kirsten Wulfsberg has extensive experience working with persons in crisis, including suicidal, homicidal, and psychotic patients. She has trained medical staff in both the US and Norway on how to do suicide assessments and how to help families in crisis situations. She received her master’s degree from DU and is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked for Centura Health for 11 years.