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Child and Adolescent Suicide: Suicide Contagion and Other Risk Factors

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Overview

Life can be difficult and sometimes discouraging. Unfortunately, children and teens may feel particularly lonely and overwhelmed when their lives begin to crumble after an emotionally destabilizing event. That event might be a death in the family, a personal tragedy, an episode of bullying, a struggle with poverty, or some kind of existential stressor. Understanding these risk factors and how they contribute to youth suicide is the first step in recognizing and reducing suicides among children and teens. Join Tamara Hill, a licensed child and adolescent therapist and certified trauma professional, as she discusses the psychological, emotional, physiological, and neurological factors often associated with suicide among youths ages 7 to 20.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, April 18, 2019 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Counseling, School Safety
Tags: causes of suicide, counseling, student safety, suicidal behaviors, suicide contagion, suicide prevention, support, therapy, trauma, warning signs

Reviews (39)

Full Member
 
good information!
 
Good information.
 
Helpful information.
Basic Member
 
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Basic Member
 
Unfortunately, it happens more often these days if compared to the past. But, many organizations are trying to combat these practices among teenagers.
 
Thanks!
 
Good information!
Basic Member
+5
 
Good information to revisit. Thank you.
Full Member
 
thanks
Basic Member
 
It's a shame that we need to think about this type of thing in our schools, but thank you for sharing this valuable information.
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