September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
Join me and my wonderful guest, Jenny Hecht, as we discuss a challenging topic. Jenny is a mother and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with middle school and high school-aged youth and parents. Jenny is a passionate advocate for suicide prevention and is deeply involved with numerous community initiatives, including Colorado-based Colieś Closet and Sources of Strength.
Jenny teaches us the importance of asking your child tough questions, being truly present, and an engaged “listener.”
Join us on our Facebook Group at facebook.com/groups/reallifemomz/, where we will continue to share resources and support one another.
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988
Colorado Crisis Services: https://coloradocrisisservices.org/
The Trevor project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
Sources Of Strength: https://sourcesofstrength.org/
Colieś Closet: https://coliescloset.org/
The LIV project: https://thelivproject.org/
The Game That Goes There: https://thelivproject.org/game/
Jenny Hecht website: http://www.jennyhecht.com
Real Life Momz: https://www.reallifemomz.com/
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Jenny is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Yoga Teacher with over 20 years of experience working with middle school and high school-aged youth and adults in a variety of settings. She is a passionate advocate for suicide prevention, serving as the clinical trainer and board member for Colie's Closet, a Boulder Valley School District Peer Education program focused on depression and suicide awareness. Jenny is also a regional trainer for the national suicide prevention program, Sources of Strength, a comprehensive wellness program that seeks to empower and build resiliency in individuals and communities. She is a frequent presenter throughout the state of Colorado sought after for her expertise in regards to resiliency, as well as the specific social-emotional needs of the gifted and neurodivergent population. Jenny lives in Lafayette, CO with her husband of 22 years and her 16-year-old daughter, as well as a few fur babies.