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Discussion held about mental illness, suicide prevention

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An in-person discussion about mental illness and suicide prevention is set for 6:30 Thursday, Sept. 22, in the Arlington Catholic High School library, 16 Medford St.

It is sponsored by the Collaborative Safety Team. The presenter is Fairlee Fabrett , Ph.D, director of training and staff development
at McLean Hospital’s Simches Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Fabrett has extensive experience in evidence-based assessment and treatment for depression, anxiety and behavioral disorders (including ADHD) in children and adolescents.

Topics include living with mental illness, suicide prevention, treatment, support for caregivers, and resources available.

This news announcement was published Tuesday, March 22, 2022, based on information provided by Chris Doyle of Arlington.

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