Case Studies in Suicide describes and provides commentary on the clinical and personal experiences of counselors and mental health professionals who have served suicidal clients. Through 15 real cases of clients representing of a wide range of ages and cultural backgrounds who present for therapy in a variety of settings (i.e. college counseling center, hospital, private practice, etc.), the book addresses the importance of suicide training, foundations, and how to perform suicide risk screening. Each case provides practical, realistic, and useful "how to" guidance and is authored by a highly skilled and experienced counseling professional.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)