The text aims to provide essential information to medical and behavioral health providers as these professionals play a central role in the assessment, management, and prevention of suicide among the patients they treat. Clinicians and mindfulness teachers are presented with a comprehensive framework for understanding suicidality and its underlying vulnerabilities. The preliminary intake interview and each of the eight group mindfulness sessions of MBCT are discussed in detail, highlighting issues that need to be taken into account with highly vulnerable people.
Assessment guidelines are provided and strategies for safely teaching core mindfulness practices are illustrated with extensive case examples. The book also discusses how to develop the required mindfulness teacher skills and competencies.
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Purchasers get access to a companion website featuring downloadable audio recordings of the guided mindfulness practices, narrated by Zindel Segal, Mark Williams, and John Teasdale. The author moves the reader from suicidology theory and research to elicitation of suicide ideation to appropriate decision making and treatment planning. This book would be equally useful for students, beginning clinicians, and seasoned veterans.
Rebert I. Simon, MD, a preeminent psychiatrist and prolific author on the subject of law and psychiatry, and offers a pragmatic and empathic guide for clinicians grappling with the most critical of questions: How can I protect my patients from themselves? Barent Walsh provides current, evidence-based knowledge about the variety and causes of self-injurious behavior, its relationship to suicidalitiy, and how to assess and treat it effectively. Illustrated with detailed case examples, chapters review a wide range of cognitive-behavioral interventions.
Structured yet flexible, the model is fully compatible with current best practice standards. General Texts. Autopsy of a Suicidal Mind Shneidman, E. In this poignant scientific study, the author assembles an extraordinary cast of eight renowned experts to analyze the suicidal materials, including a ten-page suicide note, given to him by a distraught mother looking for insights into her son's tragic death. This book is the first of its kind and a remarkable contribution to the study of suicide.
Edwin Shneidman's final living contribution to the field of suicidology is A Commonsense Book of Death, in which the preeminent thanatologist and founding father of suicidology offers what is, in his own terms, his auto-obituary.
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Over the course of minutes, they would kill twelve students and a teacher and wound twenty-four others before taking their own lives. How could her child, the promising young man she had loved and raised, be responsible for such horror? And how, as his mother, had she not known something was wrong? Were there subtle signs she had missed? What, if anything, could she have done differently?
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Described are current approaches to pharmacotherapy, innovations in understanding and treating child and adolescent depression as well as the assessment and management of suicidality. Discusses the biological, genetic, psychological, and sociological processes related to suicidal behavior and the practical assessment and treatment of suicidal individuals.
For clinicians, students, and researchers. Treatment options covered include drugs, nutrition, psychotherapy, diet, and lifestyle changes, which the authors address clinically and personally, offering compassionate and insightful suggestions for everyone effected by the disease. Inside is compassionate, practical, and immediate guidance for anyone interested in overcoming depression.
Depression causes Solomon to contemplate death while avoiding all pleasures in life such as friends, family and food. He attempts to define this complicated disease through interviews with researchers, doctors, patients, and politicians. Throughout his exploration, he clearly shows depression as an illness without class, geographical or timely boundaries. The horror of murder-suicides looms large in the public consciousness -- they are reported in the media with more frequency and far more sensationalism than most suicide, and yet we have little understanding of this grave form of violence.
Read the AAS review. It explores the factors that raise a person's risk of suicide: psychological and biological factors including substance abuse, the link between childhood trauma and later suicide, and the impact of family life, economic status, religion, and other social and cultural conditions. This new volume will be of special interest to policy makers, administrators, researchers, practitioners, and journalists working in the field of mental health. The Suicidal Mind Shneidman, E. This is an aid to anyone who will be called upon to do a funeral for the nearly 43, suicides in America each year.
This book is designed to assist clergy, chaplains, and other faith leaders as they develop sermons and homilies for a funeral service. Its mandate is to help those searching for inspiration even though they may feel confused or uncertain undertaking such a daunting assignment. Those who plan and lead a funeral service may enable family and friends to understand and participate intentionally in their grief process.
The first-ever comprehensive study of film suicide analyzes more than 1, film suicides. Suicidology: Essays in Honor of Edwin S. Shneidman Leonaars, A. The 23 chapters, written by foremost experts in the field, cover topics from history to psychology of survivors.
Understanding Suicide: Why we don't and how we might Rogers, J. Honest, jargon-free, and written from a patient's perspective, this work explores a range of issues underlying depression, including child abuse, loss, long-term caregiving, and bereavement. Basing his theory on a primarily cognitive-behavioral framework, the author explains that for an individual to die by suicide, he or she must have both desires for death as well as the capability for lethal self-injury.
Legal and Ethical Issues. Offers an integrated clinical and legal approach to an understanding of patient suicide. Legal and ethical issues are addressed in detail. Crisis Counseling and Therapy Rainer, J. Crisis Counseling and Therapy provides comprehensive instruction in this important and rapidly burgeoning field with a systemic three-phase method that is simple and practical.
This innovative model can easily be incorporated into the clinician's practice to provide effective, strategic intervention. Myths about Suicide Joiner, T. Joiner uses data to trounce some myths, draws on clinical storytelling to give others a black eye and blends classic literature with current mass media to challenge every reader to "rethink" his or her understanding of suicidal behavior. Violanti This book takes an individual human approach to the problem of suicide in public safety occupations.
As a researcher in suicide, coauthor John Violanti relies heavily upon statistics to make the case for prevention. These worthwhile statistics help to form the big picture, but one must keep in mind that these are just statistics and not people. Suicide in Nazi Germany Goeschel, C. The authors include detailed case examples, innovative approaches for professional practice, usable handouts, and internet resources on the best practice approaches to effectively work with youth who are experiencing a suicidal crisis as well as those students, families, school staff, and community members who have suffered the loss of a loved one to suicide.
Suicide Intervention in the Schools Poland, S. Authors from varying disciplines of psychology, sociology, and psychiatry analyze suicide in the opening chapters. Through the exploration of the roles of these disciplines, the roles of primary physicians, and the impact of suicide prevention education in schools, the contributors describe the history of suicidology and the changes necessary for improvement.
The book concludes with a section detailing the goals and activities of organizations designed prevent and facilitate suicide. Surviving Suicide Books. Linda Phillips followed the light and found her joy after emerging from the overwhelming darkness of losing her son to suicide following a lifelong struggle with severe depression.
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In the decades since, the state of mental health care has declined. In this tender retelling of the most painful experience of her life, Phillips not only gives raw insight into the reeling effects of suicide on her family and herself, she examines the process that helped her regain herself in the aftermath. Her insights offer a hopeful, effective solution. A very simple idea that can be initiated by any passionate, caring person.
In this case, the focus is on musicians and the creative community as well as the community at large. The authors have included pieces from everyone William Shakespeare to Dwight D. Eisenhower whose works explore the shock, the grief, and the search for meaning that come with the death of a child. Each piece is clearly introduced explaining the details surrounding the person's loss. It is organized around the first few days, few weeks, few month, etc. It is short, concise and very practical in its orientation to providing concrete suggestions and help for survivors.
It shows practical commonsense and careful guidelines to help people find their way through this time. It is an excellent resource for both those who have suffered and those who would support them. It's both a guide and a meditation that offers support and comfort. It is written in a clear and simple style with short stories dealing with difficult issues. The advice and solace found in this small book is very valuable. So she began her journey into the labyrinth of unspeakable grief. As her first year drew to a close she found no comfort in traditional therapy, and no solace in spoken or written words.
In surrender to her inner art therapist's guidance, she began to create collages. She cut and tore images out of magazines and glued them on various size paper. The paper was a safe and sacred container, receptive to the fullness of emotion, story and paradox. Over time there was transformation and healing. With a sympathetic eye and a firm hand, Harold Ivan Smith searches for the place of the spirit in the wake of suicide.
He asks how one may live a spiritual life as a survivor, and he addresses the way faith is permanently altered by the residue of stigma that attaches to suicide. In "Goodbye", I begin the note and describe the precipitator, a bogus charge of sexual harassment made against me that was published in the Washington Post. In "Early Years: Chaos, Trauma, and Adventure", I describe a childhood fraught with pain, beginning at age 3 when my mother "fell" down the steps, broke her neck and died.
Subsequently, I had repeated rejections, being moved around so often that I lived in 10 different homes with that many sets of parental figures. The captain, a fan favourite, a star in international competition, Tootoo was always a leader. And when he was drafted by Nashville in and made the Predators out of camp in , he became a leader in another way--as the first player of Inuk descent to suit up in the NHL.
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What happened was blunt and nightmarish. In the months after his death, Li began writing a new novel. Mother and son in this novel rarely openly grieve. There is no rage or accusation; the question of why he killed himself is never explicitly raised, although the mother suspects it lies in his harsh perfectionism:.
Mothers, I thought, would be perfect for that role. Typically mother and son banter and philosophize, as clever and occasionally grating as characters out of Tom Stoppard. Their glittering debates about time, and the politics of grammar, feel like levees against overwhelming emotion. When the mother succumbs from time to time, Nikolai mocks her.