On Nov. 14, HUFS Student Counseling Center held a seminar to educate students on being aware of the potential symptoms of suicide among peers.
Labeled, “Seeing, Hearing, and Speaking,” the program aims to raise awareness on the signs of suicide, and encourage people to reach out to those in need. The seminar is part of a nationwide suicide prevention movement. Led by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, this program has been taking place on various platforms across the nation.
Participants were given certificates of participation officially recognized by the Ministry of Health and Welfare and other related organizations.
Under anonymity, a student commented, “I did not know such a seminar was taking place. It helps to know that there are fellow students who take interest in the lives of others.”