Youth Suicide: August 2017
AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals
Table of Contents
Identifying and Responding to Suicide Risk in Schools
Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, LCSW
Suicide Among College Students: Risk and Approaches to Prevention and Management
Victor Schwartz, MD
Attachment-Based Family Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents: An Overview
Quintin Hunt, MS; Jesse Sandoval-Barrett, MD; and Guy Diamond, PhD
An Overview and Comparison of Two Proposed Suicide-Specific Diagnoses: Acute Suicidal Affective Disturbance and Suicide Crisis Syndrome
Megan L. Rogers, MS; Igor Galynker, MD, PhD; Zimri Yaseen, MD; Kayla DeFazio, BA; and Thomas E. Joiner, PhD
Uncovering a Patient’s Hidden Method of Choice for Suicide: Insights from the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE Approach)
Shawn Christopher Shea, MD
This CME activity is jointly sponsored by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals.
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1. Recognize the empirical evidence and best-practice protocols for addressing suicide risk in K-12 schools in the United States.
2. Identify the elements of a public health approach to suicide prevention on college campuses.
3. Describe the diagnostic criteria for two potential suicide-specific diagnoses: acute suicidal affective disturbance and suicide crisis syndrome.
4. Describe the five main treatment tasks of Attachment-Based Family Therapy.
5. Define five interviewing techniques for uncovering a patient’s method of choice for suicide and the seriousness of his or her intent.
Faculty names and affiliations: See authors above
Guest Editor: Jonathan B. Singer, PhD, LCSW
Reviewer names: Jan Fawcett, MD, Editor, Psychiatric Annals; Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD, CME Coordinator, Psychiatric Annals
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Authors report the following financial relationships: Jonathan B. Singer discloses royalties received for the book Suicide in Schools: A Practitioner’s Guide to Multi-level Prevention, Assessment, Intervention, and Postvention. Victor Schwartz has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Quintin Hunt has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Jesse Sandoval-Barrett has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Guy Diamond has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Megan L. Rogers has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Igor Galynker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Zimri Yaseen has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Kayla DeFazio has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Thomas E. Joiner has no relevant financial relationships to disclose. Shawn Christopher Shea has received payment from the Training Institute for Suicide Assessment & Clinical Interviewing, Inc., for work on their speakers bureau and honoraria from Elsevier. Signed disclosures are on file at Keck School of Medicine of USC.
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