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by Alan W. McEvoy and Marcia L. McEvoy.
Preventing Youth Suicide: A Handbook for Educators and Human Service Professionals: ISBN 9781556911873 (978-1-55691-187-3) Softcover, Learning Pubns, 2000. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing.
This handbook includes the following topics: the magnitude of youth suicide, understanding students in crisis, recognizing predisposing conditions, developing crisis response teams, assessing suicide risk, crisis intervention, working with parents, implementing a postvention protocol.
This handbook includes the following topics: the magnitude of youth suicide, understanding students in crisis, recognizing predisposing conditions, developing crisis response teams, assessing suicide risk, crisis intervention, working with parents, implementing a postvention protocol, reducing suicide contagion, coping with grief, the school’s role in primary prevention, implementing primary prevention curricula, peer assistance programs, & the politics of collaboration.
Preventing youth suicide: A handbook for educators and human service professionals. Evaluation of a suicide awareness curriculum for high school students. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 27, 705–711. PubMedGoogle Scholar. Holmes Beach, FL Learning Publications, In. oogle Scholar. Milin, . Halikas, J. A, Meller, J. & Morse, C. (1991). Spirito, A, Plummer, . Gispert, . et al. (1992). Adolescent suicide attempts: Outcomes at follow-up. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62, 464–468.
Preventing Suicide: Information for Administrators and Crisis Teams Schools have a legal and ethical responsibility to recognize and respond to suicidal thinking and behavior. National Association of School Psychologists
Preventing Youth Suicide: A Guide for Practitioners.
Preventing Youth Suicide: A Guide for Practitioners. Suicide Among Aboriginal Peoples in BC Rates of suicide among Aboriginal youth in BC vary dramatically across communities. 36 37 38. 4. Traditional approaches to studying and documenting suicide risk factors typically focus on individual-level risks which can potentially mask the role of social, structural and institutional factors in perpetuating social inequities and injustice which influence mental health and suicide.
Preventing Youth Suicide – A Handbook for Educators & Human Service Professionals by Marcia L. McEvoy & Alan . Suicide Survivors’ Handbook by Trudy Carlson. McEvoy & Alan W. Suicide: Intervention & Therapy – Undoing the Forever Decision by Paul G. Quinnett. Suicide: The Forever Decision – For Those Thinking About Suicide, and For Those Who Know, Love, or Counsel Them by Paul G. Survivors of Suicide by Rita Robinson. Why Suicide? by Eric Marcus. The Power to Prevent Suicide: a guide for Teens Helping Teens by Richard E. Nelson, PhD and Judith C. Galas.
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The Nation’s leading Non-Profit in Providing Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention Professional Development, In-Service Training for Educators. In the previous three years (2016-2019), The Jason Foundation has provided Professional Development, In-Service Training to over 571,698 educators located in all fifty states, that is an average of providing 521 trainings for educators per day for 1,096 days in a row. We have done this without charging any educator, school, school district or state Department of Education. Courses – The Jason Foundation.
Helping Professionals and Educators This study examined the relation between smoking and suicide, controlling for various confounders.
Helping Professionals and Educators. Darcy Haag Granello, The Ohio State University. Paul F. Granello, The Ohio State University. The evidence is stronger for the influence of reports in the news media than in fictional formats. This study examined the relation between smoking and suicide, controlling for various confounders. More than 50,000 predominantly White, middle-aged and elderly male health professionals were followed up prospectively with biennial questionnaires from 1986 through 1994. The primary end point was suicide.