To Mark World Suicide Prevention Day, Mental Health News Radio Network Raises Awareness With Its Podcast Hope Illuminated

New Mental Health Radio Network Podcast Hope Illuminated shines a light on suicide and how to prevent it. 

Hosted by psychologist Sally Spencer-Thomas, who lost her brother Carson to suicide in 2004, Hope Illuminated provides a platform to international experts who share the stories, science and strategies of suicide prevention, intervention and crisis response. 

Hope Illuminated is for people living with suicidal intensity, suicide attempt survivors, suicide loss survivors, caregivers, the mental health community and all those interested in making a difference in this area.

Spencer-Thomas said, "Everyone can play a role in helping another through suicidal despair. The overwhelming majority of people who experience suicidal intensity are amazingly resilient and often grow through their crisis. People need to know that they are loved and that their lives matter." 

Hope Illuminated airs twice a month and is available via Mental Health News Radio Network and major podcast networks.

Mental Health News Radio Network hosts over 50 podcasts covering all aspects of mental health. We are the world's largest and first podcast network solely dedicated to all things mental health! Our Speakers Bureau and filmed series Mental Health Roundtable allow us to further our mission to reach as many people in as many places as possible to encourage dialogue about mental health.

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Source: Mental Health News Radio Network


Categories: Psychiatry and Psychology

Tags: advocacy, depression, grief, mental health, psychology, self-help, suicide prevention, survivor


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