This program is perfect for you if...

you're experiencing suicidal ideation and seeking effective ways to cope with your thoughts and feelings.

Whether you're struggling with feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, or despair, or have thoughts of self-harm or suicide, this program can provide you with the tools and support you need to manage your emotions and stay safe. With a combination of evidence-based therapies like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness practices, you'll learn how to challenge negative thought patterns, regulate your emotions, and develop healthy coping strategies to manage your suicidal ideation. With the support of experienced professionals and a community of peers who understand what you're going through, you'll be able to achieve meaningful progress towards managing your suicidal thoughts and creating a plan for staying safe during times of crisis.

What are suicidal ideations?

Suicidal thoughts can be both active and passive thoughts. Active thoughts come with the intention to move forward with it. Often this includes a plan or method of how you may carry it out. Passive thoughts are characterized by thoughts like wishing you would die or that you’d get into a car accident.

What causes suicidal ideations?

These thoughts can be caused by many factors both emotional and physical. The thoughts could come due to the pressure of a mental health issue, lack of hope for your life, a seemingly unsurmountable problem, histroy of suicide in your family, extreme stress, or even illness that causes ongoing pain.Depression, anxiety, loneliness, loss, relational issues, or addiction can all be contributing factors to these thoughts.

How can I get help for it?

These thoughts are not only severe, but they are typically intrusive and difficult to overcome on your own. It is very important to reach out to a family member, friend, or crisis hotline in the very moment that these thoughts come. (Call or text 988, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline) Along with this, it is important to get longterm care in the form of counseling. At Hope Restored, one of our licensed counselors can help you create a safety plan and start a journey to heal and come to a place of hope and purpose in your life.