The suicidal patient: principles of assessment, treatment, and case management
The book presents an easy-to-use, innovative clinical model, with specific stages of treatment and associated interventions outlined for both inpatient and outpatient settings. Tailored techniques and assessments for handling special populations are also included. Emphasis is given to moral/ethical and legal dilemmas that often complicate treatment.
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The Dimensions of Suicidal Behavior
Myths and Realities
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