Teen Health Series: Suicide Information for Teens

Editor: Jones, Keith
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1490-5
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
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Suicide Information for Teens, 3rd Edition, provides information about suicide risks, causes, and prevention. It discusses mental health disorders and life-threatening behaviors linked to suicide risk; offers suggestions for recognizing suicide warning signs; and explains the most commonly used treatments for suicidal ideation.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Suicide Facts And Statistics
  • Chapter 1—Suicide In The United States
  • Chapter 2—Statistics On Suicide In The United States
  • Chapter 3—Teen Suicide Statistics…
  • Chapter 4—Teen Suicide: A Global Perspective…
  • Chapter 5—Suicide In Older Adults.
  • Chapter 6—Culture Plays A Role In Adolescent Suicide.
  • Chapter 7—Firearms And Suicide.
  • Chapter 8—Attitudes About Mental Health
  • Chapter 9—Suicide Among LGBT Youth.
  • Part Two: Mental Health Disorders And Life-Threatening Behaviors Linked To Suicide Risk
  • Chapter 10—Depression: A Key Risk For Suicide…
  • Chapter 11 —How Is Depression Detected And Treated?.
  • Chapter 12—Dealing With Teen Depression.
  • Chapter 13—Bipolar Disorder…
  • Chapter 14—Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 15—Schizophrenia And Suicide
  • Chapter 16—Borderline Personality Disorder And Suicidality
  • Chapter 17—Abuse Of Alcohol And Other Substances Increases Suicide Risk.
  • Chapter 18—Abusing Prescription And Over-The-Counter (OTC) Drugs…
  • Chapter 19—Abusive Relationships May Increase Suicide Risk…
  • Chapter 20—Self-Injury In Teens.
  • Chapter 21 —Eating Disorders.
  • Chapter 22—Bullying And Suicide…
  • Part Three: Recognizing And Treating Suicidal Ideation
  • Chapter 23—Why Does A Person Consider Suicide?.
  • Chapter 24—Types Of Suicidal Thoughts And Behaviors.
  • Chapter 25—Understanding The Risk, Protective Factors, And Warning Signs Of Suicide
  • Chapter 26—Recovering From A Suicide Attempt…
  • Chapter 27—Going To A Therapist: What To Expect
  • Chapter 28—Getting What You Need From Counseling
  • Chapter 29—Medications For Treatment Of Mental Health Disorders.
  • Chapter 30—Technology And The Future Of Mental Health Treatment
  • Chapter 31 —Understanding Drug Use And Addiction
  • Chapter 32—Moving Towards A Hopeful Future
  • Part Four: When Someone You Know Dies From Suicide
  • Chapter 33—Surviving Suicide Loss
  • Chapter 34—Understanding Grief, Bereavement, And Mourning…
  • Chapter 35—Coping With Bereavement And Grief.
  • Chapter 36—Trauma And The Grieving Teen.
  • Chapter 37—How Suicide Affects Family Members
  • Part Five: Preventing Suicide
  • Chapter 38—What Is Mental Health?
  • Chapter 39—Coping With Stress.
  • Chapter 40—Sleep Is Vital To Your Well-Being.
  • Chapter 41 —Body Image And Self-Esteem
  • Chapter 42—Helping A Depressed Person.
  • Chapter 43—Helping A Suicidal Person.
  • Chapter 44—Preventing Suicide Contagion…
  • Chapter 45—Individual, Family, And Community Connectedness Help Prevent Suicidal Behavior…
  • Chapter 46—Goals Of The National Strategy For Suicide Prevention
  • Part Six: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 47—Suicide And Crisis Hotlines…
  • Chapter 48—Agencies That Provide Information On Suicide And Mental Health…
  • Chapter 49—Mobile Apps For Mental Health
  • Chapter 50—Online Resources For Suicide Survivors…