Teen Health Series: Suicide Prevention Information for Teens

Editor: Hayes, Kevin
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1804-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Medicine
Image Count: 12
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Suicide Prevention Information for Teens, Fourth Edition, begins with information about suicide in the U.S. and its updated statistics. It discusses how culture plays a role, mental health disorders and life-threatening behaviors, suggestions for recognizing suicide warning signs, the most commonly used treatments, how to prevent suicide, how to recover from a suicide attempt, how to help someone who is recovering from an attempt, how to cope with mental health issues, and the complex grief experienced by those who are affected by a suicide death. The book concludes with a list of crisis hotlines and a directory of additional resources for further information.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part 1 | Suicide Facts and Statistics
    • Chapter 1—Suicide in the United States
    • Chapter 2—Statistics about Suicide in the United States
    • Chapter 3—Suicide Clusters among Racial/Ethnic Groups
    • Chapter 4—Teen Suicide: Understanding the Risk
    • Chapter 5—After a Suicide Attempt: The Risk of Another Try
    • Chapter 6—Bullying and Suicide Risk
    • Chapter 7—Easy Access to Lethal Means Is a Risk Factor
    • Chapter 8—Barriers to Mental Healthcare and Suicide Risk
    • Chapter 9—Teen Copycat Suicides or Contagion
    • Chapter 10—Suicide among LGBT Youth
    • Part 2 | Psychiatric Disorders and Life-Threatening Behaviors Linked to Suicide Risk
    • Chapter 11—Anxiety Disorders
    • Chapter 12—Depression
    • Chapter 13—Bipolar Disorder
    • Chapter 14—Borderline Personality Disorder, Suicidal Behavior, and Suicidality
    • Chapter 15—Schizophrenia and Suicide
    • Chapter 16—Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    • Chapter 17—Abuse of Alcohol and Other Substances Increases Suicide Risk
    • Chapter 18—Self-Injury in Teens
    • Chapter 19—Eating Disorders
    • Part 3 | Recognizing and Treating Suicidal Ideation
    • Chapter 20—If You Are Considering Suicide…Read This First
    • Chapter 21—My Friend Is Talking about Suicide
    • Chapter 22—Types of Psychotherapy
    • Chapter 23—Going to a Therapist: What to Expect
    • Chapter 24—Addressing Suicidal Ideation in Substance-Use Treatment
    • Chapter 25—Caring for Yourself after a Suicide Attempt
    • Chapter 26—Taking Care of Your Loved One after a Suicide Attempt
    • Part 4 | When Someone You Know Dies from Suicide
    • Chapter 27—Surviving Suicide Loss
    • Chapter 28—Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning
    • Chapter 29—Postvention as Prevention
    • Chapter 30—Seeking Professional Grief Counseling
    • Chapter 31—Helping Others Cope with Grief
    • Part 5 | Preventing Suicide
    • Chapter 32—What Is Mental Health?
    • Chapter 33—Coping with Stress
    • Chapter 34—Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19
    • Chapter 35—Developing a Positive Self-Image and Self-Esteem
    • Chapter 36—Suicide Prevention: What You Can Do
    • Chapter 37—Preventing Suicide Contagion
    • Chapter 38—Creating Protective Environments
    • Chapter 39—Individual, Family, and Community Connectedness Help Prevent Suicidal Behavior
    • Chapter 40—Teaching Coping and Problem-Solving Skills
    • Chapter 41—Identifying and Supporting People at Risk
    • Chapter 42—Strengthening Access and Delivery of Suicide Care
    • Chapter 43—Responsible Reporting of Suicide
    • Chapter 44—Goals of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention
    • Part 6 | If You Need More Information
    • Chapter 45—Suicide Safe Mobile App
    • Chapter 46—Mobile Apps for Mental Health
    • Chapter 47—Additional Information about Suicide