MEET YOUR FACILITATORS
Carrie has a Bachelor of Social Work from Dalhousie University and a Criminology/Sociology degree from Saint Mary’s University. She has experience with the criminal justice system and offering court and correctional support. She is a huge advocate for social justice and is passionate in the fields of mental health, suicide prevention and addiction. Carrie is a proud ASIST facilitator and is dedicated to helping create suicide safer communities.
Liz has her Bachelor of Education from Mount Saint Vincent University and 20 years of teaching experience in a variety of settings from high school to pottery. She is a passionate advocate for access to education for marginalized populations and enjoys designing/delivering programs that are engaging for a range of learning styles and abilities. Liz loves how adaptable ASIST is to every unique suicide intervention.