Real Talk Workshop FAQ’s
Who comes to a Real Talk workshop?
All kinds of people and from all sorts of backgrounds. Everyone is welcome. We developed Real Talk for real people in the community. Find our more here.
How long is a Real Talk workshop?
The session last 90 minutes, with some time at the end for you to ask questions and discuss your thoughts.
What topics to a Real Talk Workshop cover?
- We explore the question: Should we talk about suicide?
- We look at some common myths about suicide, how they affect us and how they affect our community
- We explore how you can start conversations about suicide
- We share practical resources to support ourselves and people we care about
How much does a Real Talk Workshop cost?
Real Talk is funded by community fundraising and sponsors so you can attend for free. If you would like to book or sponsor a workshop please get in touch. By sponsoring a workshop you are enabling more people in the community to have the skills and confidence to save lives.
Can I leave feedback after the workshop?
We will ask you to complete a short feedback sheet after the workshop giving you the chance to tell us what you think. This is a way for us to check the workshops are useful and keep improving.
Will you be able to provide crisis support within the session?
This workshop does not give direct advice on how to manage your own feelings of suicide. If you are in a current crisis it is important that you get help, please don’t wait until things get worse or struggle alone. More resources can be found here.