Listen in as @TCC_Laura talks with Dr. Athena Kheibari, Assistant Professor in the Wayne State University School of Social Work about “Suicide Loss Survivors.”
Athena Kheibari (K-Berry) is an Assistant Professor in the Wayne State University School of Social Work. She received her PhD in social work from the University of Kentucky, her Masters in social psychology from Ball State University, and her Bachelors in psychology from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Her research focuses on suicide and the impact of suicide on attempt and loss survivors. Dr. Kheibari draws from both the scientific literature on suicide and her own personal experiences with suicide bereavement. She is currently working on a study to understand the perspective of individuals who use social media to talk about their struggles with mental health and suicide ideation.
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To learn more, call The Children’s Center at 313.379.0998. If you or someone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Line 800.273.8255 24/7.
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The “Real Talk About Children’s Mental Health” podcast is brought to you by The Children’s Center in Midtown Detroit. And, hosted by our very own Laura Le Fever (@TCC_Laura), Director of Community Projects.
In each episode, we get real about the unimaginable mental, social, and behavioral health challenges faced every day by Detroit’s most vulnerable children and families.
Why is this important? Because at The Children’s Center, we’re passionate about healing children. We believe every child deserves a chance to succeed, to become the amazing person they were born to be. To be accepted and not judged. And to be welcomed with wide-open arms.
Our mission, going all the way back to 1929, is to help children and families shape their own futures so they can heal, grow, and thrive. To empower their voices and learn to self-advocate once they’re outside the comfort of our walls. Because we know when you lift a child’s spirit, you ultimately lift an entire community.
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