Caring Cards

There are few resources for people hospitalized for suicidal thoughts, self-injury, and suicide attempts.  This “business” card was developed to share Have it printed at your local print shop and share it any way you like. Write a caring message on the back.

Share Your Skills

Using things you learned here? We love it! Tweet with us. Use #DBT_MF for Mindfulness, #DBT_OA for Opposite Action, #DBT_MCE for Mindfulness of Current Emotion or #DBT_PB for Paced Breathing. See if you can find the preset tweets on our main page. Or post on our Facebook wall.

Coming Out

Things to consider when coming out about your own suicidal experience. Here are guidelinesLive Through This features examples.

Make a Video

Make a one minute video with a story of a skill or skill tips and post it on our social media sites. See video making tips.

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More About Us

Ursula Whiteside

Dr. Ursula Whiteside (@ursulawhiteside) a psychologist and CEO of Her work is supported by the National Institute of Mental Health and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Dr. Whiteside is an investigator on a study involving 16,000 high-risk suicidal patients in 4 major health systems. As a person with lived experience, she strives to decrease the gap between “us and them” and to ensure that the voices of those who have been there are included in all relevant conversations: nothing about us without us.

Facebook Collaboration

Members of  Team Now Matters Now support Facebook’s ongoing suicide prevention efforts. This work was highlighted in the New York Times.

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