Sarah Brummet is being recognized by the Denver University Graduate School of Professional Psychology as a unique and inspiring alumni as they lead up to their 40th anniversary.
After GSPP, Sarah obtained her law degree at DU and practiced family law for 5 years before transitioning back to psychology to work in suicide prevention.
She serves as the Suicide Prevention Commission Coordinator within the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Making the transition to work in the suicide prevention arena was as much personal and professional.
The Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention is the lead agency for coordinating suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention efforts statewide. As one of the unspoken and taboo topics that continues to touch Coloradans in profound and devastating ways, suicide prevention is aimed at not only keeping individuals safe, but also in supporting and enriching communities.
Learn more about Sarah's accomplishments and experiences on the University of Denver webpage.