Scholarly Saturday: “Client Suicide: Now What?”

Earlier this week I blogged about a resource to potentially assist with following treatment after a client has survived suicide. This started some great conversations on twitter. The developer of “Live Through Photo” was questioning iff clinicians also could benefit from a similar project.

It also led to a conversation about responding to suicide loss. How should a therapist respond to a client completing suicide?  What kind of support do mental health clinicians need support after the suicide loss of a client? So this week I looked to the literature for some answers. As far as open access stuff, the most recent article I found was…

This is a really nice breakdown of this rather complex issue. Hope this may help you or one of your colleagues.
Sean 🙂
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