Recognition, Evaluation, And Management of Persons at Risk for Suicide

Motto, Jerome A.
May 1978
Personnel & Guidance Journal;May78, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p537
Academic Journal
Discusses strategies for the recognition, evaluation and management of persons at risk for suicide. Etiology of suicidal states; Assessment of suicide risk; Treatment process; Guidelines for working with and counseling suicidal adolescents; Responsibilities in suicide prevention.


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