Suicide Prevention: Spiritist Offers a Lifeline

November 13, 2017


The Long Island Spiritist Doctrine Studies is hosting the 5th edition of the Suicide Prevention workshop on November 18th, 2017,  at the Stony Brook University in Long Island. Suicide in the United States has surged to the highest levels in nearly 30 years. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, there are an average of 121 suicides per day in the US. The forums, presentations and workshop will present tools for those dealing with anxiety, depression and mental-related dysfunctions.


Spiritism offers a lifeline for those who are going through hardships.  After the presentations a Q&A session will provide space for personal questions.


The Importance of Family Support in the  Treatment of Mental Illness

Angela Denton, LMSW


Compassion & Forgiveness - Effective Tools for Mental Health 

Dulcinete Story-Cornwell


What is Depression? How Can Depression Lead to Suicide

Debora Beldowicz


Addiction & Suicide

Julio Carvalho


How Technology Can Lead to Suicide

Flavio Zanetti





FREE - Open to all. Walk-ins welcome

11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Fraternal Dialog (20-minute sessions)

Spiritual Passes (Energy therapy)

Introduction to Spiritism



$30 | $35 at door 

1:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Workshops Forums and Q&A Sessions 



13-17 years old | FREE

1:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Interactive and informative workshop to address the complex world of teenagers



Stony Brook University  

Charles B. Wang Center

100 Nicolls Road, Chapel - Stony Brook, NY 11794


Childcare available for registrants. $25/day (1-8 pm). Healthy meal included.
Location: 941 Union St. Bohemia, NY 11716
Children are not allowed at the university.




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