Promoting Hope and Reasons for Living: Suicide Awareness, Prevention, and Response

Join us for a half-day discussion designed to strengthen your understanding of suicide and its impact on communities. You will learn about conducting a suicide assessment, the aftermath of suicide, talking with someone who may be suicidal or is a survivor of suicide, and other interventions.

2 CEU Credits are offered.


We look forward to seeing you there. 

Robin Arthur new 2014  Speaker:  Robin Thompson Arthur, PsyD 

  Lindner Center of HOPE,  Chief of Psychology

Dr. Arthur has served on the Center’s founding team since early 2006. She has been integral in designing its world-class patient and family-centered evidence-based psychotherapy programs for both   inpatient and outpatient services. As Chief of Psychology, Dr. Arthur oversees clinical treatment professionals administering Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, as well as other treatment  modalities.

 Leah Casuto, MD Speaker: Leah Casuto, MD

  Lindner Center of HOPE, Staff Psychiatrist 

Dr. Casuto is a member of the adolescent treatment team, though she works with patients of all ages. A portion of her time is devoted to research. Her areas of specialty include bipolar disorder,  depression, and anxiety spectrum disorders like obsessive compulsive disorder. With a specialization in adolescent depression, Dr. Casuto took the lead in Lindner Center of HOPE’s efforts to increase awareness around adolescent depression. Through her efforts, Lindner Center of HOPE launched the Johns Hopkins’ Adolescent Depression Awareness Program (ADAP) in Cincinnati. ADAP is a school-based program designed to educate high school students, faculty, and parents about adolescent depression

Conference Objectives:  

  1. Understand how the magnitude of suicide affects our society and their local congregation.
  2. Learn and practice a suicidal assessment.
  3. Examine the aftermath of suicide.
  4. Become familiar with the our Life Matters campaign.
  5. Learn do’s and don’ts of talking to someone who may be feeling suicidal and the survivors of suicide.
  6. Become familiar with interventions and community resources appropriate for suicidal congregants and their families.

Target Audience:

Clergy, Faith-based Social Service Workers, Therapists, Counselors, and Mental Health Professionals

Register Now!

Registration closes May 11, 2015.  Event cost: $25.00 by April 21. After April 21 cost is $35.00.
Charge by phone by calling Pricila Gran at 513-536-0318 with your credit card information or by email to if mailing in payment (check or money order made out to Lindner Center of HOPE) to:

Lindner Center of HOPE
c/o Pricila Gran
4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040


May 21, 2015


at Lindner Center of HOPE

4075 Old Western Row Rd.

Mason, OH 45040


Hurry! Seating is limited.  

Registration closes  

May 11, 2015. 


Event Info

Event Date:

May 21, 2015

Event Time:



Lindner Center of HOPE

4075 Old Western Row Road Mason, OH 45040


Who should attend: 

Clergy, faith-based social workers, therapists, counselors and mental health professionals


CE Credits:

2 CEU credits



$25.00 by April 21, 2015.

After April 21, 2015 cost is $35.00.

Includes continental breakfast.



Contact Pricila Gran at or    513-536-0318 with your credit card information or if sending in by check (made payable to Lindner Center of HOPE).

Mail to:

Lindner Center of HOPE
c/o Pricila Gran
4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040



Call Pricila at 513-536-0318.


Discussion sponsored by NAMI Southwest Ohio, NAMI Butler County and Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, Ohio.