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CBT to Prevent Suicide

This presentation by Beck Institute President Dr. Judith Beck and acting Executive Director Dr. Allen Miller provides an overview of the CBT approach to suicide prevention.

In Memory of our Colleague, Dr. Barbara Stanley 

Our colleague, Barbara Stanley, PhD, a noted suicide researcher at Columbia University, died in January 2023. Dr. Stanley and Greg […]

Upcoming Live CBT Trainings at Beck Institute

Beck Institute hosts on-demand and live virtual trainings in CBT and Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) throughout the year. Our expert […]

Value-Focused Treatment in CBT for Depression

By Dr. Robert Hindman, PhD Learn to help clients diagnosed with mild to severe depression in our CBT for Depression […]

Cognitive Therapy is Helping Veterans

Guest Blogger: John Milwee, Psy.D., Veterans Administration therapist and Beck Institute alumnus Veterans returning from the conflicts in Afghanistan and […]

Repeat Suicide Attempts Reduced by CBT

A randomized control study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to be effective […]

Adolescent Depression & Suicide Prevention: National Review of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

A national review of treatments for depressed adolescents (ages 13-17), with special focus on preventing teen suicide,¬†finds Cognitive Behavioral Therapy […]

Antidepressants used in combination with CBT reduces risk of teen suicide

The use of the antidepressant fluoxetine (Prozac) alone has been associated with increased suicidality among teens and children, leading to […]

CBT and rapid-cycling Bipolar Disorder

People diagnosed with rapid-cycling bipolar disorder experience four or more separate episodes of depression and hypomania within the span of […]

Research Results: Cognitive Therapy Reduces Suicide Attempts by 50%

In light of all the recent discussion about antidepressant drugs that increase the risk of attempted suicide, we thought we’d […]

Protocol: Reducing Suicidal Ideation Among Turkish Migrants in the Netherlands and in the UK: Effectiveness of an Online Intervention

Abstract Background: The Turkish community living in Europe has an increased risk for suicidal ideation and attempted suicide. Online self-help […]

Identifying Suicide Risk

In this video from a recent CBT workshop at the Beck Institute, Dr. Aaron Beck describes ways to identify a […]

Veterans with TBI and Suicidality

Previous research has shown that, in recent years, there has been an increased rate of suicide in soldiers returning from […]

Military and Veterans Suicide Prevention: Unpacking Unique Stressors in the Military Community

By Marjan Holloway, PhD, Beck Institute Speaker & Supervisor and Hallie Grossman, Communications Coordinator Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, military suicides […]