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Section 9
Suicide Interventions Targeted Toward At-Risk Youth

Question 9 | Test | Table of Contents

Alabama Counseling Association Journal

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1. Two important considerations can be derived from this model:
First, reducing related risk factors (e.g., depressive symptoms, alcohol use and misuses) can be expected to have the ancillary benefit of reducing suicidal behavior in youth.
Second, adolescent seach have a unique constellation of factors operating in their unique ecological system.
2. Existing Interventions:
Youth Focused Suicide Interventions
Family Inclusive Suicide Interventions
Family Focused Suicide Interventions for Youth

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- Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. Ph.D., Lamis, D. , Ph.D., McCullars A., Ph.D. Suicide Interventions Targeted Toward At-Risk Youth. Alabama Counseling Association Journal. Volume 38, Issue 2. Pg. 43-64.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Bartik, W. J., Maple, M., & McKay, K. (2020). Youth suicide bereavement and the continuum of risk. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. Advance online publication.

Lee, C. S., & Wong, Y. J. (2020). Racial/ethnic and gender differences in the antecedents of youth suicide. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 26(4), 532–543.

Schlagbaum, P., Ruch, D. A., Tissue, J. L., Sheftall, A. H., & Bridge, J. A. (2020). Depressed mood prior to death: Implications for precipitating factors of youth suicide. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. Advance online publication.

QUESTION 9
What are two important risk factors for suicide that are known to have gender-specific components to their prevalence and expression? To select and enter your answer go to Test.