$699,362 is the grant Dr. Laura Shannonhouse and doctoral student Mary Chase Mize received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Two-year project includes partners Drs. Matt Fullen at Virginia Tech and Casey Barrio Minton at University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
13 students is the number of students The H.O.P.E. Lab has started with hopeful to promote life and learn about research along the way.
of training in a two-day ASIST workshop.
Get in deep with our students as they write about their training and experiences across the spectrum. What would it be like working with H.O.P.E.? Take a look at our student experiences working with H.O.P.E.
persons trained (students, personnel in schools, universities, healthcare professions, clinical mental health counselors, law enforcement…)
Suicide to Hope (S2H) is a one-day, eight-hour standardized and manualized curriculum for clinicians who are or would like to be, involved in growth and recovery work with clients who are currently ‘safe-for-now’ from suicide, yet have had suicide attempts and ideation in the past.
–Laura R. Shannonhouse, Ph.D., LPC, NCC