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eBook Suicide Information for Teens, 3rd Edition

  • Keith Jones
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  • ISBN-10: 0780814894
  • ISBN-13: 9780780814899
  • DDC: 362.280835
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 12th Grade +
  • 400 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released April 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017
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Overview

This updated third edition provides information about suicide risks, causes, and prevention. It discusses mental health disorders and life-threatening behaviors linked to suicide risk; offers suggestions for recognizing suicide warning signs; and explains the most commonly used treatments for suicidal ideation.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Suicide Facts and Statistics.
1: Suicide in the United States.
2: Statistics on Suicide in the United States.
3: Teen Suicide Statistics.
4: Teen Suicide: A Global Perspective.
5: Suicide in Older Adults.
6: Culture Plays A Role in Adolescent Suicide.
7: Firearms and Suicide.
8: Attitudes about Mental Health.
9: Suicide among LGBT Youth.
Mental Health Disorders and Life-Threatening Behaviors Linked to Suicide Risk.
10: Depression: A Key Risk for Suicide.
11: How is Depression Detected and Treated?.
12: Dealing with Teen Depression.
13: Bipolar Disorder.
14: Anxiety Disorders.
15: Schizophrenia and Suicide.
16: Borderline Personality Disorder and Suicidally.
17: Abuse of Alcohol and Other Substances Increases Suicide Risk.
18: Abusing Prescription and Over-The-Counter (OTC) Drugs.
19: Abusive Relationships May Increase Suicide Risk.
20: Self-Injury in Teens.
21: Eating Disorders.
22: Bullying and Suicide.
Recognizing and Treating Suicidal Ideation.
23: Why does a Person Consider Suicide?.
24: Types of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors.
25: Understanding the Risk, Protective Factors, and Warning Signs of Suicide.
26: Recovering from a Suicide Attempt.
27: Going to A Therapist: What to Expect.
28: Getting What you Need from Counseling.
29: Medications for Treatment of Mental Health Disorders.
30: Technology and the Future of Mental Health Treatment.
31: Understanding Drug Use and Addiction.
32: Moving Towards A Hopeful Future.
When Someone You Know Dies from Suicide.
33: Surviving Suicide Loss.
34: Understanding Grief, Bereavement, and Mourning.
35: Coping with Bereavement and Grief.
36: Trauma and the Grieving Teen.
37: How Suicide Affects Family Members.
Preventing Suicide.
38: What is Mental Health?.
39: Coping with Stress.
40: Sleep is Vital to Your Well-Being.
41: Body Image and Self-Esteem.
42: Helping A Depressed Person.
43: Helping A Suicidal Person.
44: Preventing Suicide Contagion.
45: Individual, Family, and Community Connectedness Help Prevent Suicidal Behavior.
46: Goals of The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
If You Need More Information.
47: Suicide and Crisis Hotlines.
48: Agencies That Provide Information on Suicide and Mental Health.
49: Mobile Apps for Mental Health.
50: Online Resources for Suicide Survivors.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Suicide Facts and Statistics.
1: Suicide in the United States.
2: Statistics on Suicide in the United States.
3: Teen Suicide Statistics.
4: Teen Suicide: A Global Perspective.
5: Suicide in Older Adults.
6: Culture Plays A Role in Adolescent Suicide.
7: Firearms and Suicide.
8: Attitudes about Mental Health.
9: Suicide among LGBT Youth.
Mental Health Disorders and Life-Threatening Behaviors Linked to Suicide Risk.
10: Depression: A Key Risk for Suicide.
11: How is Depression Detected and Treated?.
12: Dealing with Teen Depression.
13: Bipolar Disorder.
14: Anxiety Disorders.
15: Schizophrenia and Suicide.
16: Borderline Personality Disorder and Suicidally.
17: Abuse of Alcohol and Other Substances Increases Suicide Risk.
18: Abusing Prescription and Over-The-Counter (OTC) Drugs.
19: Abusive Relationships May Increase Suicide Risk.
20: Self-Injury in Teens.
21: Eating Disorders.
22: Bullying and Suicide.
Recognizing and Treating Suicidal Ideation.
23: Why does a Person Consider Suicide?.
24: Types of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors.
25: Understanding the Risk, Protective Factors, and Warning Signs of Suicide.
26: Recovering from a Suicide Attempt.
27: Going to A Therapist: What to Expect.
28: Getting What you Need from Counseling.
29: Medications for Treatment of Mental Health Disorders.
30: Technology and the Future of Mental Health Treatment.
31: Understanding Drug Use and Addiction.
32: Moving Towards A Hopeful Future.
When Someone You Know Dies from Suicide.
33: Surviving Suicide Loss.
34: Understanding Grief, Bereavement, and Mourning.
35: Coping with Bereavement and Grief.
36: Trauma and the Grieving Teen.
37: How Suicide Affects Family Members.
Preventing Suicide.
38: What is Mental Health?.
39: Coping with Stress.
40: Sleep is Vital to Your Well-Being.
41: Body Image and Self-Esteem.
42: Helping A Depressed Person.
43: Helping A Suicidal Person.
44: Preventing Suicide Contagion.
45: Individual, Family, and Community Connectedness Help Prevent Suicidal Behavior.
46: Goals of The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
If You Need More Information.
47: Suicide and Crisis Hotlines.
48: Agencies That Provide Information on Suicide and Mental Health.
49: Mobile Apps for Mental Health.
50: Online Resources for Suicide Survivors.
Index.