Suicide Intervention for Freaks, Weirdos, and Queers by Carly Boyce of Tiny Lantern

Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg & Bar None Winnipeg present:

“Suicide Intervention for Freaks, Weirdos, and Queers by Carly Boyce of Tiny Lantern”
This workshop focused on peer and community-based strategies for supporting folks in our lives who might be suicidal, as well as examining the beliefs and structures that keep suicide conversations under wraps.

This individual workshop will be held online over Zoom on the following dates:
– Sunday November 29th, 2020 from 2pm-4:30pm (CST)
– Sunday December 6th, 2020 from 2pm-4:30pm (CST)
– Tuesday January 12th, 2020 from 2pm-4:30pm (CST)
(Spots are limited and workshop is by registration only)

To register contact: Chance at or call/text (204) 451-2455. If you have accessibility needs or require an internet/computer for viewing, please let us know upon registration.

About Carly Boyce (MSW, RSW): Carly (she/her/they/them) is a white settler, a fat genderqueer femme, a Jewish witch, and a tenderhearted weirdo. Carly works formally with individuals and dyads as a therapist and informally as a tarot reader, and with groups as a facilitator of hard conversations. Carly has been facilitating in various capacities and contexts for twenty years, often with queer and trans folks and folks experiencing multiple marginalizations. Carly is interested in opening up permissive and creative space to engage with topics that are silenced and stigmatized. Settler society’s big three are death, sex, and money. This looks like teaching and facilitation around suicide intervention (non-state interventionist); grief and loss; consent negotiation; body image/fatphobia; and grassroots fundraising.

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