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G'day. Inviting you or anyone interested to today's workshop on "A Conversation About Managing Physical and #EmotionalPa...
02/19/2020

G'day. Inviting you or anyone interested to today's workshop on "A Conversation About Managing Physical and #EmotionalPain #Anxiety #Addiction #Depression #Suicide" facilitated by Mr. Brett A. Scudder, suicide attempt survivor, Behavioral Health Director and Crisis Response Trainer at SISFI and The Suicide Institute, 4pm at Senator Luis R. Sepúlveda's District office, 900 Rogers Place, Bronx, NY, 10459. Attendees must RSVP at sisfi.eventbrite.com so we can have proper accommodations. Please share with your networks as you never know who is hurting, struggling and suffering that needs this knowledge and empowerment. Thank You and be well. #OneLove

~SISFI

The Scudder Intervention Services Foundation Inc "SISFI" and The #Suicide Institute in association with Senator Luis R. Sepulveda invites you to a workshop on "A Conversation About Managing Pain, Anxiety, Addiction, Depression, Suicide" facilitated by Mr. Brett A. Scudder, painologist, suicideologist and attempt survivor at SISFI and The Suicide Institute on February 19th 2020 at 900 Rogers Place, Bronx, NY, 10459. Mr. Scudder has lived with depression and the experiences and impacts of it and knows quite intimately in how they can impact the overall human experience, life, health, family, relationships, social status and well-being. He will be covering the signs, symptoms and experiences with warning signs, red flags, early and crisis intervention to be able to identify and support someone living with it. Most people think of depression as someone down, weak and unable to function, but there's much more to the condition and how many high functioning people struggle and suffer with it. Sometimes, depression can lead to death by suicide, accidental overdose and other fatalities. So join us, and let's take a closer and deeper look into this health condition and challenge.

Most people truly find satisfaction, happiness and joy in their life and so as they live and breathe it they feel a sense of fulfillment, accomplishment and purpose. Most times we never think of anything going bad or wrong and so the bliss of happiness is what sustains our wellness and sense of purpose, pride, ego and self-worth. Then, unbeknownst to us, one day, a life disruption occurs and the happiness, peace, safety and comfort we had and felt is now being lost as a result of that disruption, and we have no control over it so we start slipping into deep emotional pain, depression, crisis and despair. We also have to factor in preexisting conditions the person is already challenged with such as mental illness, trauma, abuse and some form of affliction that makes coping with this new life disruption even harder.

Depression is an experience of immeasurable emotions that can cause pain, hurt and danger. Every breath the person takes is either easing their pain, or adding to it. We all have parts to play in helping those who are struggling and suffering with/from emotional pain, abuse, addiction, depression, trauma and despair. If one of us is struggling and suffering with it, we should all be empathizing and supporting them nonjudgmentally and compassionately. You don’t have to be a mental health “professional” to help, support, encourage hope and speak life into someone who is experiencing emotional pain and depression. Anyone with empathy and a willing heart in some stages of this process can be the light of hope, peace, Love and sustenance for the person. Focus on being present to allow them to express their pain so their heart and mind can be relieved of it.

Let’s come together to learn, embrace and heal so we are not retraumatizing and revictimizing each other when in pain, but help each other cope, manage it and overcome it. Join us to learn safe tips of living with it and managing the impacts. So many people are living in a state of crisis and distress and don't know how to get out of it or even stay sane through it all. The crisis may pass, or extend for longer periods than imagined, but will you be ok through it all, or will you pass away with/from it.

Follow Mr. Scudder and his work on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BrettAScudder https://twitter.com/Suicideologist and https://twitter.com/Humaneologist. Friend him on Facebook https://facebook.com/brett.scudder and Like his page https://facebook.com/brettascudder. Subscribe to his Blogs at http://brettascudder.com/blogs.

Please share with your networks and register at sisfi.eventbrite.com if you plan on attending. We look forward to having you with us.

Thank you very much and have a great day. We apprecilove your patronage and look forward to serving you with more quality human, health, psychological and emotional programs, services and resources. One Love.

~SISFI

Announcing the Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc.'s 'SISFI', The Suicide Institute and The Suicide Council's...
11/26/2019

Announcing the Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc.'s 'SISFI', The Suicide Institute and The Suicide Council's Research Project, The "#EmotionalWellness of NYC #MentalHealth Practitioners" Nov. 24th-Dec. 31st 2019. At the end of the day, we are all human and susceptible to the challenges, pains and stressors of life directly and indirectly and so we want to let practitioners know we hear their cries and are helping to address the challenges citywide with their help. Over 50 practitioners from across NYC has already signed on for the research and we still have room for more. The project is private and confidential and concludes with a report of our findings and recommendations. Participants can engage in person or over the phone.

We will come to you if needed. The report will highlight the number of clinicians and their feedback to the research but not their names and information. We are looking forward to this and learning more about our practitioners and how we, SISFI and The Suicide Council can help to provide effective support in their work, businesses and personal challenges because we know the realities of these things. Feel free to share with your networks and help to connect to more people who can benefit from this. Contact me for more information as needed. Thank You.

~Brett A. Scudder

Announcing the Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc.'s 'SISFI', The Suicide Institute and The Suicide Council's Research Project, The "#EmotionalWellness of NYC #MentalHealth Practitioners" Nov. 24th-Dec. 31st 2019.

I’m humbled and elated to announce a new research project we started at SISFI and is now making a general public one, the “Emotional Wellness of NYC Mental Health Practitioners” to answer the calls of help from burnout, stress, overworked, underpaid, personal life challenges and overwhelming feelings we have been hearing from many across the city. We have also heard from clients seeking treatment that their sessions were taken over by practitioners expressing their own personal and family dramas and they left the session angry and upset by it. At the end of the day, we are all human and susceptible to the challenges, pains and stressors of life directly and indirectly and so we want to let practitioners know we hear their cries and are helping to address the challenges citywide with their help.

The project is private and confidential and concludes with a report of our findings and recommendations. Participants can engage in person or over the phone. We will come to you if needed. The report will highlight the number of clinicians and their feedback to the research but not their names and information. Some have expressed desire to make known their titles and credentials as they see great values in this effort and want to help validate it. Whoever wants to be named in the report we will honor their request and thank them for supporting the need.

Our sincere gratitude to Ms. Leslie Garcia, CEO of The Counseling Space for offering a space in the Chrysler Building in Manhattan for us to meet on Saturdays for groups of practitioners who want to engage in supporting each other and being part of the research. We are also making groups available during the week in the Bronx and Brooklyn to make it easier and more comfortable for those who want to participate.

We are looking forward to this and learning more about our practitioners and how we, SISFI and The Suicide Council can help to provide effective support in their work, businesses and personal challenges because we know the realities of these things. Feel free to share with your networks and help to connect to more people who can benefit from this.

Thank you very much and have a great day one breath at a time and embrace and enjoy it. We apprecilove your patronage and look forward to serving you with more quality humane, health, psychological and emotional programs, services and resources. One Love.

~Brett A. Scudder
President/Chairman/Founder ~SISFI~ sisfi.org
President/Chairman ~ The Suicide Institute and NYC and Yonkers Suicide Councils
Executive Director ~ Yonkers Emotional Pain and Wellness Crisis Center
Chairman ~ NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC”
Co-Chair ~ Bronx #Not62 Emotional Wellness Committee
Chairman/Crisis Intervention Trainer ~ Bronx Suicide/Opioids Network and Crisis Response Team
Member/Consultant ~ Westchester Suicide Task Force/Westchester Opioid Response Team
Director of Suicide Prevention and Emotional Wellness ~ New York State Chaplain Task Force
[email protected] | Call/Text (917) 651-1889 | Skype [email protected]
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SISFI’s Internet Radio Channel blogtalkradio.com/sisfi

On Sept. 10th, #WorldSuicidePreventionDay Mr. @BrettAScudder is facilitating a workshop on "Understanding The Language a...
09/06/2019

On Sept. 10th, #WorldSuicidePreventionDay Mr. @BrettAScudder is facilitating a workshop on "Understanding The Language and Behaviors of #EmotionalPain #Depression #Suicide #Trauma" 3pm at The Bronx Community Board 12, 4101 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY, 10466 for awareness, intervention, prevention and postvention. As depression and suicide rates are increasing significantly nationally and we never know who is or could be affected, struggling, suffering and hurting from these faceless enigmas it is imperative that we bring more education and awareness to identify, support and heal from them. We just never now who is affected so empowering ourselves with knowledge and wisdom in the event that someone we know and or Love is affected we will have knowledge and tools to support them effectively. We guarantee you, it will be breath-changing and personally empowering for you. It's FREE and open to the public. Our sincere gratitude to CB12 for allowing us to use the venue for this important community engagement effort and we look forward to it. If interested in this educational effort please RSVP at sisfi.eventbrite.com and share on your walls and pages with your networks so they too can be empowered to help themself, their loves ones and friend.

Our sincere gratitude to Assemblyman Carl E. Heastie for seeing the values and need of our work and providing funding for us to continue offering these educational training workshops in the district. Much appreciloved Brother 🙏🙌💞 Thank You.

Looking forward to seeing you. #IAmBrettless #Suicideologist #Humaneologist #Depressionologist #HumanizeSuicide #RiseToHealingPain #MyHeartMindAndI #NoMoreMaskingPain #IAmPainPersonified #SuicidalNotBroken #FaithOverPain #IAmStrengthThroughVulnerability #IAmThatIAm #EmotionalWellness #MentalHealth #MentalIllness #LivingInABreath #IChoseLoveOverLife #ReachOutBeyondTheFear #TheseRecklessEmotions #ZeroSuicide #TheSuicideNetwork #OneLove

~SISFI

The Scudder Intervention Services Foundation, Inc. “SISFI” and The Suicide Institute invites you to our "Understanding The Language and Behaviors of #EmotionalPain #Depression and Suicide" on World Suicide Prevention Day September 10th 2019 3-5pm at Community Board 12, 4101 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY, 10466 for Suicide Intervention, Prevention and Postvention facilitated by Mr. Brett A. Scudder, Suicide Attempt Survivor and our Behavioral Health and Crisis Response Director/Trainer. Mr. Scudder attempted suicide as he struggled with emotional pain, addiction, depression, loneliness and giving up on life from the challenges, pain and losses he experienced.

He will be presenting signs of addiction, depression, loneliness, suicide, emotional pain, and subliminal messages of early and late stages of pain that we often hear but never understand what they mean. He will also address the ways emotional pain can affect our lives causing distress, depression, addiction, abuse, health complications, isolation, loneliness, self-harm, reckless behaviors and disabilities, and how to manage, cope, recover and heal when the heart is hurting from the pain, the mind is struggling with the pain, and the body is trying to keep up to manage all that is happening. It can be hard to stay focused and productive in and under distress/duress from emotional pain and depression, so what do you do, who do you turn to, and how to seek help, or not to alleviate it will be critical to saving one’s life and minimizing impacts of the pain. Mr. Scudder has lived through these experiences and know of them quite intimately in how they can impact the overall human experience, life, social status and well-being. Not all trauma has or can cause emotional pain, and so his focus is on the emotional pain that triggers abuse, depression, violence and suicide ideation and the Emotional Pain Informed Care he promotes to address it effectively.

The human experiences of emotional pain and heartbreaks impacts affects everyone in different ways and on different levels that are sometimes overlooked in understanding and diagnosing root cause of physical aches and pains we feel. Too often we expect people to just snap out of their pain and get on with life because it sometimes scares us when seeing how they are affected by it and wanting to “fix’ them. This isn’t as simple as we would like it to be. We can’t “fix” people, nor should we expect them to just snap out of an emotionally painful experience that may have traumatized them leaving them crippled, disabled and feeling helpless without Love and viable support. They can’t express their pain in ways that may be comfortable and articulate, proper, manner able to our comfort and needs. Emotional pain cannot be medicated like physical pain, and so when a person is experiencing it their entire body can hurt from the top of their head to bottom of their feet and taking pain meds still doesn’t ease the inner turmoil they are experiencing. Hurt people hurt people when they don’t understand, can control or don’t care who or why they are hurting others because their pain is more than they can understand or manage. The pain can break and stress you out in disabling ways.

There are many high functioning depressed people who are very good at their jobs and the work they do, but at the end of the day goes home to suffer and struggle with/in their emotional pain and distress with no Love, support and care. They deny being depressed because of fear of what people will think, say and feel about them. They deny being depressed because they don’t understand what depression and the associated moods and conditions really are. They deny being depressed because they think it’s ok to live and feel like that. The stigmas about mental health and mental illness forces many people into denial and hiding because they can’t or don’t want to face the truth about their conditions. This is not a healthy way for anyone to live and shouldn’t be afraid of their truth. They say, the truth shall set you free, but, in the case of mental and emotional pain, can be very paralyzing and disabling to one’s ability to live with it if you don’t know how to.

Let’s come together to learn, embrace and heal so we are not retraumatizing and revictimizing each other when in pain, but help them cope and overcome it. Join us to learn safe tips to help our loved ones and ourselves cope with life during crisis and distress. So many people are existing in a state of crisis and distress and don't know how to get out of it or even stay sane through it all. The crisis may pass, or extend for longer periods than imagined, but will you be ok through it all, or will you pass away with/from it.

Follow Mr. Scudder and his work on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BrettAScudder https://twitter.com/Suicideologist and https://twitter.com/Humaneologist. Friend him on Facebook https://facebook.com/brett.scudder and Like his page https://facebook.com/brettascudder. Subscribe to his Blogs at http://brettascudder.com/blogs.

At the end of the day, the person in pain is living an experience of discomfort on many levels and often times their actions are to ease the pain or cope with it. So before we judge people for what we see them do or are doing, let's take a step back, take a deep breath, and ask, how are you.
No one should ever have to suffer alone or in silence from/with Emotional Pain. Find out more about Emotional Pain Informed Care at emotionalpaininformedcare.com.

YOU Are Not Alone Unless YOU Want To Be. Feel free to share as needed. Attendees must RSVP at sisfi.eventbrite.com. Please share with your networks and join in the educational empowerment of the effort.

Thank you very much and have a great day one breath at a time and embrace and enjoy it. We apprecilove your patronage and look forward to serving you with more quality humane, health, psychological and emotional programs, services and resources. One Love.

~SISFI

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