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Suicide Prevention Job Aid

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Transcript of Suicide Prevention Job Aid

What is Crisis?
“People are in a state of crisis when they face an obstacle to important life goals—and obstacle that is, for a time, insurmountable by the use of customary methods of problem solving.” --Caplan, 1961

“…an upset in equilibrium at the failure of one’s traditional problem-solving approach which results in disorganization, hopelessness, sadness, confusion, and panic.” --Lillibridge and Klukken, 1978

“…crisis is a perception or experience of an event or situation as an intolerable difficulty that exceeds the person’s current resources and coping mechanisms.” --James and Gilliland, 2001
References
What is Crisis .(2014). Retrieved from. http://psychology.about.com/od/crisiscounseling/f/crisis-counsel.htm

Community Partnership. (2013). Retrieved from. http://www.cpsaarizona.org/ourservices/treatmentservices/pages/crisis-intervention-services.aspx

Find a psychologist. (2014). Retrieved from. http://www.findapsychologist.org/suicide-2/

Greenwald, B. (2014). Loneliness Depression and suicide. Retrieved from. http://www.uic.edu/orgs/convening/depress.htm

Suicide.org. (2014). Retrieved from. http://www.suicide-myths.html

Unitypoint Health. (2014). Retrieved from. https://www.unitypoint.org/quadcities/servoces-inpatient-mental-health-servics.aspx

Assessment Strategies
Hotline
Define the clients situation
Listening to the client
Asking questions
Empathize (acceptance and support)
Ensure client safety, both physically and psychologically.
Inpatient
Provided with information
Understand their reactions
Goal setting
Listening to client/empathize
Ensure safety
Developing coping skills

Myths
Crisis Intervention
Community based services
- Travel to individuals place of crisis, (stabalize, evaluate and plan treatment needs).
Telephone services
- Hotline (Evaluation, referral, support, follow up.)
Inpatient services
- Facility based( Listen, face to face contact, communication, help develop social skills, goals etc.)

• Previous attempts are a strong predictor of suicide.

• Drug and alcohol abuse can play a role in suicide.

• Major life event can be risk factors.

• School failure, unemployment etc.

• Mental illnesses can also enable these thoughts. For example schizophrenia, eating disorders also carry an increased risk of suicide.

Suicide Prevention Job Aid
Thank you!
Michella osornio
BSHS 445
April 23, 2014
Dr. Christina James

• Myth: People who threaten suicide never go through with it.

• Myth: Suicide does not affect young people.

• Myth: Suicide does not affect the elderly.

• Myth: Nothing can stop a person determined to commit suicide.

• Myth: People who commit suicide didn't want to get help.



Facts
People who commit suicide suffer from a depressive illness, and often times need guidance to deal with the pain.
Myth or fact?
People who try to commit suicide are crazy, weak minded and just want attention.
"Recent Studies show that every 14 minutes a person commits suicide. It is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States."
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