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What is the intent of safety planning?
What are the steps for identifying internal coping strategies?
What was developed for managing suicidal crises in outpatient mental health settings as part of ongoing and longer-term psychotherapy treatment?
What are a large population with multiple, and often significant risk factors for suicide?
to George E. Murphy, a professor of psychiatry at Washington University School
of Medicine, what are two reasons women commit suicide at a rate of one fourth
less than men?
feeling does the "unnamed difference" cause in boys?
What is a description of the Imaginary
Stranger process defining a son's relationship with his father?
How may your client exhibit counterdependence?
feelings list and story retelling are two interventions that can facilitate what
"growth point" in your client?
Your male client might benefit by reviewing
three ways they can express their feelings. What are they?
What is a good follow-up for the Fishbowl
can narcissistic depressed male clients hide their insecurities?
What are five techniques for fighting
are two techniques to help your client become less defensive and lower his anger?
A. 1) What they do know about their fathers is many times false. 2) They see their fathers as hyper-independent. 3) self-confident and emotion-free.
B. behaving so as to prove the absence of any dependence
C. 1) the time-out technique, 2) the power technique, 3) the "I Was Wrong" technique, 4) the counting technique, 5) the letting go technique
D. trust, emotional disclosure, and understanding
E. a feeling of inadequacy as compared to the perceived pervasive power of their father
F. the "Claiming Strengths" and "Question" techniques
G. 1) They are more likely to consider the consequences of suicide on family members or others. 2) Women more often seek help long before they reach the point of considering suicide.
H. a pretense of arrogance and hyperindependence.
J. verbal sharing, bodily manifestations, and outburst
K. US military veterans
L. Safety planning protocols
M. (a) the identification of coping strategies, (b) the likelihood of using such strategies, and (c) the identification of barriers and problem solving.
N. To provide a pre-determined list of potential coping strategies as well as a list of individuals or agencies that veterans can contact in order to help them lower their imminent risk of suicidal behavior.
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