Topics of Interest | Suicide

Enhancing CBT by Drawing Strength From Multiple Disciplines
Topics of Interest
Suicide
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Sym108Cultural Considerations in the Treatment of Ethnic Minority Adolescents at Risk for Suicidal Behavior
Regina Miranda
Sym117Brief Cognitive Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Suicide Attempts in Military Personnel
Craig Bryan
Sym47Utilizing Technology to Advance Treatment for the Range of Direct and Indirect Self-Injurious Behaviors: Results for Eating Disorders, Substance Use, NSSI, and Suicidality
Kate Bentley
Sym120Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Recent Developments of this New Research Diagnosis
Tina In-Albon
Sym94Measuring and Predicting Suicidal Behavior: New Directions and Innovative Methods
Mitch Prinstein
Sym35A New Focus in Suicide Research: What Distinguishes Suicide Ideators, Suicide Attempters, and Suicide Decedents?
Alexis May
PDWorking with Families of Suicidal Adolescents: Empirically-based Clinical Strategies
Michele Berk
Mn WKThe Safety Planning Intervention for Reducing Suicide Risk
Gregory Brown
PDSuicide Prevention: Targeted Evidence-based Training Across Disciplines
Andre Ivanoff
Sym48Safety Planning for Suicidal Patients: Empirical Support and Future Directions
Kevin Crowley
Sym108Cultural Considerations in the Treatment of Ethnic Minority Adolescents at Risk for Suicidal Behavior
Regina Miranda

 

 

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