Unprecedented gift from MASTERS Audio Club - Taryn Aiken suicide-prevention interview free with code

In more than 20 years, MASTERS has never done this before, but this interview with suicide-prevention activist Taryn Aiken is so powerful that Winn Claybaugh wants everyone to have it.
 
Founding member Utah Chapter American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Founding member Utah Chapter American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
SANDY, Utah - Jan. 26, 2016 - PRLog -- In more than 20 years of hosting MASTERS Audio Club, Winn Claybaugh has never done this before, but he believes Taryn Aiken's powerful message about suicide prevention is so important that he’s giving it away for the next 30 days.

“As someone who has lost family members and close friends, I want to do everything in my power to help prevent suicide,” Winn says. “I hope everyone will download Taryn's interview today and share this special offer with everyone they know.”

Download link: https://goo.gl/IEyUr8

Enter coupon code at checkout: FreeTaryn1!

Offer ends February 25, 2016

Taryn Aiken has spent most of her career in a culture that embraces sharing information. As a survivor of her own suicide attempts and a survivor of suicide loss (losing her father Terry Aiken on October 5, 2002), Taryn used those experiences to shape and form her new reality. Today she is a founding member of the Utah Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and has tirelessly volunteered for the past 11 years, sharing her story and passion to give hope and educate our communities about suicide. She is also a certified safeTALK and Connect Suicide Postvention Trainer, facilitating hundreds of seminars to many different groups, including the EMS Conference, speaking to over 1,000 first responders, and Hill Air Force Base, training medical personnel.

Taryn’s belief in the power of hope to save a life and the power of human connection transforms her approach to suicide prevention. She believes we must create a culture that is smart about mental wellness, and through education about mental disorders, we can dispel the myths and stigma that keep people from seeking help. Her presentations include a discussion about the facts and statistics of suicide both nationally and locally, the warning signs and risk factors for suicidal ideation, and tools for building resiliency in our communities. She empowers her audiences to ask the right questions and offer proper referrals to mental health professionals.

As a full-time student at Utah Valley University, pursuing her bachelor’s degree in psychology, Taryn plans to open a nonprofit for grief recovery and resiliency.

In this powerful interview by Winn Claybaugh, Taryn brings clarity and hope to the often taboo topics of mental illness and suicide.

For more information, contact www.mastersaudioclub.com and tarynaiken@gmail.com.

About MASTERS Audio Club

The monthly MASTERS audio program features interviews, success secrets, and business-building presentations by the absolute best leaders in and out of the beauty industry. Founded in 1995, MASTERS lets you hear the actual voices of your favorite artists, educators, and mentors as they tell their own stories and share their amazing wisdom for success.

Winn Claybaugh, founder and host of MASTERS Audio Club, has interviewed over 400 industry icons for MASTERS to date, including NAHA winners, best-selling authors, major manufacturers, distributors, salon owners and stylists, makeup artists, and more.

For more information, visit www.mastersaudioclub.com and follow us on Facebook at Winn Claybaugh’s MASTERS Audio Club. Now available in CDs and downloadable MP3s.

Contact
MASTERS Audio Club
Jenny Hinz
***@paulmitchell.edu

Photo:
https://www.prlog.org/12528257/2
End
Email:***@paulmitchell.edu Email Verified
Tags:Suicide Prevention, Winn Claybaugh, Free Interview, MASTERS Audio Club, Taryn Aiken, Mental Health
Industry:Beauty, Education, Health
Location:Sandy - Utah - United States
Subject:Deals
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse



Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share