Youth Suicide Ideation
Many youth think about suicide and attempt to kill themselves. In 2011, 13 percent of adolescents in the US planned a suicide attempt in the previous year and 8 percent attempted suicide. Suicide is currently the 2nd leading cause of death among adolescents age 15 to 24 year. Participants will understand Suicide Ideation(SI), Risk Factors, Warning Signs, Screening, Questions to Ask, and Therapy Approaches.
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questions to ask so important thank you
Suicide is an important topic.
Dr. Izzard is a great presenter.
Information that's much needed..
Much the same information as Suicide Ideation during COVID-19
IT REALLY WAS AGOOD LEARNING COURSE FOR ME,IN A TEXT THAT WAS EASY TO LEARN AND REMEBER.
Very important and helpful
It was great thank you
Excellent speaker. Enjoyed the information presented.
This course was very informative.
THIS COURSE IS VERY INTERESTING AND RIGHT ON POINT WITH WHAT TO WATCH FOR WITH SI IN TEENS
Very good information
Before my daughter became my daughter she had suicidal thoughts, my husband and I reached out immediately taking her to the ER. Teens are very impulsive, and hormonal you "never know" what they may try. All the trauma they have endured it can be so hard at times for these children to know how to handle what they've witness/been through.
This course was a refresher for training sessions I have had with my agency.
Had answers I needed