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Subject: Guidance

The Counseling Series

This series features two documentaries on the sensitive topic of suicide. Each program was produced by Laura Nokes, someone who personally understands the pain and grief that the act of suicide can inflict on a family; her son, Keith, committed suicide, and these two programs are 1) a testament to his life, 2) a way Click for more

Let It Not Be in Vain (Suicide Prevention)

Let It Not Be in Vain (Suicide Prevention)

Laura Nokes knows grief; Laura Nokes knows pain. Her son, Keith, a young man who had everything to live for, shocked her and her family by committing suicide. How does a loving parent deal with such a loss? How can a loving parent deal with such grief? Laura Nokes has faced those questions each day since Keith's death, and this program, the first of two, is a tangible testament to her son, a documentary in which she reaches out, in her way, to help others who may be considering suicide or others who may be grieving due to a suicide. Here she speaks to students at Westminster High School and Colorado State University about her son, his suicide, suicide prevention and alcohol abuse; also included are interviews with Keith's sister, girlfriend and friends. 2011 SCA 44 min.





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