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The suicidal patient

recognition, intervention, management

by Victor M. Victoroff

  • 158 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Medical Economics Books in Oradell, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Suicidal behavior.,
  • Suicide.,
  • Crisis intervention.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVictor M. Victoroff.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC569 .V53 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 255 p. ;
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3490809M
    ISBN 100874892619
    LC Control Number82010581
    OCLC/WorldCa8667569

      This book's unique approach to suicidal behavior as problem-solving behavior makes the clinician feel less helpless facing this difficult issue. Purpose: According to the authors, the purpose of this book is to serve as a guide to the individual assessment and treatment of suicidal patients and as a training manual. These objectives are worthy Brand: American Psychiatric Publishing, Incorporated. Family members and other caregivers are very important to suicide prevention and can be involved in many ways. They can help increase the protective factors in a person’s life—for example, by helping the person develop life skills and supportive can also provide support during a suicidal crisis, encourage the person to seek and adhere to treatment, and help keep the.

    Breaking Through to a Suicidal Mind Mental health clinics and professionals don't really care about suicidal patients. and I called every mental health place and doctor in the phone book. Views each patient as an individual with his or her own unique set of issues, circumstances, and mini-culture, rather than as a stereotypic “suicidal patient.” Makes realistic assessments to assess and care for the suicidal patient within the limitations of the service setting.

    Patient suicide is now recognized as an occupational hazard for psychiatrists. Training focuses on prevention and intervention with suicidal patients. What is less prevalent is training in “post-vention”—what the clinician should anticipate when a patient does commit suicide. In addition to the personal reactions, clinicians must be Author: Jane G. Tillman. Suicidal Ideation: 4 Documentation Tips. What to Write When a Client Tells You They Are Contemplating Suicide. When a client expresses suicidal ideation i.e., a client tells you they no longer want to live and is able to describe how they would end their life, most counselors go .


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Book Description. The Suicidal Patient provides an overview of the legal landscape, evaluates evidence-based assessment methods, and reviews treatment and management strategies for both outpatients and inpatients.

Bongar and Sullivan propose practical risk management strategies for suicide prevention and postvention, Cited by: Specifically the book provides: 1. A history of suicide research and current theories and research in the field.

A comprehensive section on the legal issues involved in treating suicidal patients. Many methods to assess patient risk including assessment protocols and case histories. /5(3).

The Suicidal Patient provides an overview of the legal The suicidal patient book, evaluates evidence-based assessment methods, and reviews treatment and management strategies for both outpatients and inpatients. Bongar and Sullivan propose practical risk management strategies for suicide prevention and postvention, emphasizing the importance of effective evaluation and : The Suicidal Patient includes an extensive clinical and legal bibliography, along with suicide risk estimators and legal action guidelines for optimal psychological practice—and much more.

This volume is for those involved in direct service, training, supervision, and administration of programs where suicidal patients are seen. The Suicidal Patient continues to be a worthy source of relevant empirical information on the clinical and legal standards of care for this high-risk population.

Combining clinical expertise with legal insight, Dr. Bongar proposes a working model for the assessment, management, and treatment of suicidal patients in both inpatient and outpatient Pages: When it comes to treating suicidal patients, a strong therapeutic alliance can quite literally save a person's life.

In this book, editors Konrad Michel and David A. Jobes have enlisted an elite group of clinicians and researchers to explore what has become known as Pages:   Its principles are to acknowledge the patient to let him or her tell their story of why they want to end their life without criticism or judgment.

This book also provides some empirical treatment shown to help suicidal patients such as DBT, transference focused therapy, and mentalization.5/5(3).

Cognitive Therapy for Suicidal Patients and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Cited by: This book crystallizes over three decades of basic, clinical, and therapeutic research, providing a comprehensive review of the literature on psychological factors associated with suicidal behavior.

Cognitive Therapy for Suicidal Patients: Scientific and Clinical ApplicationsPages: Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Suicidal Behaviors 33 c) Anxiety disorders.

Although studies of lifetime suicide risk in anxiety disorders are more limited than for mood dis- orders, evidence suggests anxiety disorders are associated with a six- to fold increase in suicide risk (64,).

The chapter Suicidal Patients in Primary Care explores strategies for screening, recognizing, and assessing risk, treating the initial crisis, and developing a crisis management plan. In the belief that most suicidal people want to end their pain, not their life, Jobes offers the clinician a comprehensive, multifaceted handbook tailored to present-day treatment realities.

This book can serve to guide the clinician in providing the suicide-prone patient with hope and help through a life-threatening crisis.5/5(12). Suicide Prevention Lifeline Phone: TALK () Step 6: Making the environment safe: 1. _____ 2. _____ Safety Plan Template © Barbara Stanley and Gregory K.

Brown, is reprinted with the express permission of the authors. No portion of the Safety Plan Template may be reproduced. without their express, written permission. The suicide of a patient can be devastating to the family and to the family physician.

The patient's death may shake the physician's confidence, undermine any willingness to work with patients Cited by: 7. Care of Suicidal Patients on Non-Psychiatric Nursing Units CFV has guidelines to ensure that once a patient has been assessed as a danger to themselves or others, a safe environment is provided for the patient, visitors, and Size: KB.

In this book, editors Konrad Michel and David A. Jobes have enlisted an elite group of clinicians and researchers to explore what has become known as the “Aeschi approach” to clinical suicide ing to this view, mental health professionals working with patients at risk for suicide must recognize a fundamental conflict at the.

Information presented in this article may be triggering to some people. If you are having suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at for support and assistance from a trained counselor.

If you or a loved one are in immediate danger, call Author: Nancy Schimelpfening. Assessing and responding to suicidal risk is a source of extraordinary stress for many therapists.

This part of our work focuses all the troublesome issues that run through this book: questions of the therapist's influence, competence, efficacy, fallibility, over- or under-involvement, responsibility, and ability to make life-or-death decisions.

PROVEN SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING, ASSESSMENT, & TREATMENT. CAMS is first and foremost a clinical philosophy of care. Developed 30 years ago, it is a therapeutic framework for suicide-specific assessment and treatment of a patient’s suicidal risk.

Multiple clinical trials in the U.S. and internationally have proven the effectiveness of CAMS. Encourage the person to call a suicide hotline number.

In the U.S., call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at TALK () to reach a trained counselor. Suicide Risk Management: A Manual for Health Professionals is a short, clearly written book that provides practical guidance on how to manage the suicidal or potentially suicidal patient.

Written by two expert teachers, the book has been used in courses for trainee psychiatrists and for health professionals throughout the world. Evaluation and treatment of a suicidal patient are challenging tasks for the physician. Because no validated predictive tools exist, clinical judgment guides the decision-making by: 6.Suicide is the act of taking one’s own life.

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, taking the lives of Author: April Kahn.