Suicide

journals
Books —
$50.00

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to purchase the FULL SET of "Reclaiming Children and Youth" journals for this special low price!

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Safety Planning
Course —
$170.00

This online course will guide clinicians through the development of a safety plan when working with suicidal clients. Course consists of reading, assignments and test. CEs included.

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss the need and process of a suicide assessment
  2. Rationale and efficacy of safety planning with suicidal clients
  3. Information on creating and implementing a safety plan with clients
  4. Strategies and techniques to assist with implementation and use of a safety plan
  5. Provide participants with resources 

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Course —
$170.00

Self-injury is an expression of acute psychological distress. It is an act done to oneself, by oneself, with the intention of helping oneself rather than killing oneself. In this online course learn how to distinguish between non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal ideation, coping techniques for someone who is self-injurious, ways in which media contributes to the normalizing of self-injurious behaviors, misconceptions associated with self-injurious behaviors and individuals and risk factors for youth who self-injure.

Learning Objectives

The participant will be able to:

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School Memorials

School Memorials: Should We? How Should We?

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Course —
$170.00

This course includes interventions and treatment information that is directly applicable to a broad array of helping professionals and target populations (children to seniors), and includes interventions for specialized fields (schools, hospitals, community agencies) focusing on prevention, intervention, and treatment. Therapeutic activities and resources are provided and treatment is explored from an individual, organizational, and societal level.

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Youth Suicide Fact Sheet

Suicide ranks as the third leading cause of death for young people (behind accidents and homicide). For those between ages 15-19, suicide is the second leading cause of death. For children

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Suicide: Fact vs Fiction

Fiction FACT If people talk about killing themselves, they will not really do it. Talking

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For Ages 12 and up: When Loss is a Result of Suicide

Losing someone because he or she committed suicide is also very hard to deal with. When this happens people feel very sad. It is hard to understand

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Talking to Children after a Loved One has Died by Suicide

Reprinted from Surviving Suicide, V19 N3, Fall 2007 American Association of Suicidology

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How to Answer Questions Teens Ask About Suicide

QuestionWhat if my friend refuses to talk with someone and says if I tell anyone he’s thinking of suicide, he’ll kill himself for sure?

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