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Suicide

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Preventing Suicide

Suicide is a tragic and highly preventable problem that is plaguing our nation – in particular, our youth and young adults. The suicide rate has been increasing every year since 2000. As of 2013, there were 12.6 deaths by suicide for every 100,000 people in the American population. As these...

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Suicidal Behaviors

An article by Paul, Tsypes, Eidlitz, Ernhout, & Whitlock (2015) addresses the significance of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs), examining the frequency of NSSI and the risk of suicidal ideation in a participant population of students between the ages of 18 and 29 years. A web-based...

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Suicide Prevention for the Adult and Aging

Suicide is an inherently disturbing, and often inexplicable, subject to society in general. Exacerbating this, moreover, are issues in identifying what motivates suicide in older populations. Assumptions of aging as linked to increased contentment notwithstanding, it is reasonable to believe that the elderly, experienced in life, would be more inclined...

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Suicide and Self-Harm Behavior—Case Study

When working with a client who has recently been diagnosed with HIV/Aids, it is important to understand the increased risk of suicidal ideation he might be experiencing (Zeng, Li, Hong, Zhang, Babbitt, Liu, Li, Qiao, Guo, & Cai, 2018; Bitew, Andargie, Tadesse, Belete, Fekadu, & Mekonen, 2016). A counselor working...

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Assessing Suicide Risk

Dr. Sommers-Flanagan's suicide risk assessment is the true breakthrough in the field of suicide therapy. Its key strength lies on the surface – it is the shift from a solely medical approach towards sociologist approach meaning that more efforts are applied to determining and understanding various reasons and motives behind...

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