Bio: Kevin Hines reached international audiences with his story of an unlikely survival and will to live. When Kevin was 19-years old and recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he attempted to take his own life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. He is one of thirty-three to survive the fall and has, miraculously, regained full mobility despite the life-threatening injuries he sustained from his attempt. He is also the only survivor who is actively spreading the message of living mentally healthy around the country and the globe. Living Mentally Well with Kevin Hines
“Hope Illuminated: A Comprehensive Approach to Suicide Prevention and Bereavement Support”
Sign in & late registration begins at 7:30am.
8:30am-12:00pm “Working Minds: Making Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Promotion a Priority in the Workplace”
1:00-3:30pm “Honoring Loss and Healing Together: Spiritual Dimensions of Healing After Suicide”
Bio: Dr. Spencer-Thomas is a Clinical Psychologist, mental health advocate, faculty member and survivor of her brother Carson’s suicide. Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas sees the issues of suicide prevention from many perspectives. Currently, she is the CEO of Carson J. Spencer Foundation (CJSF) and the Survivor Division Chair for the American Association for Suicidology.