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Suggested citation: Strauss, P., Hill, N.T.M., Marion, L., Gilbey, D., Waters, Z., Moore, J.K., Costanza, M., Lamblin, M., Robinson, J., Lin, A., Perry, Y. (2022). Suicide prevention in LGBTQA+ young people: best practice guidelines for clinical and community service providers. Telethon Kids Institute: Perth, Australia.

This project was supported by a Cockell Research Collaboration Award from the Raine Foundation, and the AMP Foundation. These guidelines have been endorsed by the Australian Professional Association for Trans Health.

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Watch the recording now

Thanks to all who joined us for the official launch of the Suicide prevention guidelines for LGBTQA+ young people. Hosted on August 24, 2022, we were joined by a wonderful panel to discuss the creation and application of these guidelines, featuring:

• Prof Ashleigh Lin - Host and Program Head, Mental Health and Youth at Telethon Kids Institute

• Dr Yael Perry – Lead Researcher and Co-Head, Youth Mental Health at Telethon Kids Institute

• Jennifer Griffiths – Clinical Specialist, A/Director/Consultant Clinical Psychologist, YouthLink

• Charlotte Glance - LGBTQA+ Youth Advocate, Youth Pride Network Project & Policy Manager

Click the video to watch the full recording. Did you ask a question but we ran out of time to answer? View our supplementary Q&A answers, provided by Telethon Kids researchers, which cover any questions we didn’t get to during the webinar.