Thank you to our sponsors
Welcome to #TxSP23 – Coming Together to Care!
We look forward to you joining us virtually OR in person this year!
ALL SPEAKERS WILL BE PRESENTING IN-PERSON!
Network with your colleagues, exhibitors and this group of experts in New Braunfels!
Also available virtual
***Please check the Logistics Center to plan your Symposium experience ***
The Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium: Coming Together to Care #TxSP23 will be hosted in-person for the first time since 2016! Come and join your partners in this important event! Thanks to our sponsors, we will be providing lunch and CEUs! Come see the Wellness Room or join us in the courtyard for a game of corn hole or Jenga! The weather will be perfect and the Convention Center is within walking distance of downtown New Braunfels! This is a great opportunity to expand your personal suicide prevention network!
Can’t join us in person? No problem! The Symposium will also be live-streaming through the Whova app, just like last year! CEUs are available at no charge for select professions, including Nurse Contact Hours. Brush up your suicide prevention, intervention and postvention skills in June!
#TxSP23 offers three amazing days of content chosen especially for you by the Texas Suicide Prevention Council.
June 13: Schools, Youth and Higher Education presented by the South Southwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
June 14: General Session presented by Texas Health and Human Services
June 15: Service Members, Veterans and their Families presented by Endeavors
1. Please do not register for in-person and virtual sessions on the same day. You should not have more than 4 tickets if attending in-person or 3 if virtual. This is not allowed and your entire registration is subject to cancellation if we cannot contact you.
2. In-person space is capacity limited – please do not register to attend in-person unless you are sure you can do so. If you register for in-person and need to change it to virtual, you can do so at any time – but please do so by June 5th so we can offer your in-person seat to someone from the waitlist. Shoot an email to email@example.com
3. DO NOT use a “masking” email to register. You will likely not have access to your Whova account. Use an email where you can receive additional information about the Symposium and its follow-on Learning Intensive Series and that you check regularly. We highly recommend using your work email rather than Gmail, Yahoo, etc. account.
4. Please fill out your registration in its entirety – The intention of the Symposium is to facilitate collaboration across our state. When you register, please be sure to include your job title and organization. Alternatively, include a short bio so attendees can get to know you. Please help us provide a meaningful and safe learning experience. Registration is subject to cancellation if you do not provide this information for the safety of our attendees.
5. The following Terms and Conditions must be agreed to and your acceptance is required to proceed with your registration.
Terms and Conditions:
By registering for the Symposium, you indicate you acknowledge and agree to the following terms and conditions:
- Content Advisory: The contents of this Symposium and follow on events involve prolonged and comprehensive discussion of suicide, mental health, lived experience, lethal means, and other subjects that can be difficult. This is especially true for those with previous trauma exposure, a mental health condition or lived experience. Please proceed carefully and ask your supervisor for guidance if you have questions about content suitability for you. The Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative its agents, employees, contractors, volunteers and event sponsor organizations assume no liability for adverse outcomes, including injury, lost property associated with your attendance at the Symposium or the Symposium Learning Intensive Series sessions. If you have any concerns about your attendance, please contact your supervisor or mental health provider. As always, if you or someone you know may be experiencing distress, please contact the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline your mental health provider, or 911 in an emergency situation.
- Presented for Information Purposes Only: The Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium – #TxSP23 is presented for information purposes only and does not provide clinical advice, diagnosis or treatment protocols for you and should not be used to formulate treatment plans for yourself or others. Please consult a mental health professional for guidance. The Whova and Zoom platforms are not HIPAA compliant – please do not share personally identifiable information (PII) on this platform.
- Content is the Responsibility of the Presenter: Presentations, content, tools and resources provided in conjunction with the Texas Suicide Prevention Symposium 2023, its follow-on activities and other content are the sole responsibility of its author(s) and does not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or endorsement of any local, state or federal agency or the Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative, its employees, contractors volunteers or Board of Directors or event sponsors. The Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative makes no warranty of the effectiveness of the information contained in any of the materials, presentations, discussion or other media to its content’s ability to reduce or prevent a suicide death or attempt.
- Recording and Photography in Progress: All events will be recorded, both audio and visual as well as photographed. Assume all chats, questions, meet-up room conversations and other engagement exchanges are public.
The contents of this Symposium are made possible by grants received from various federal and state agencies. The information presented does not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or recommendations from any federal, state, or local agencies or the Texas Suicide Prevention Collaborative.