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Category: Suicide

Suicide Prevention During COVID-19

By Francine Broder, PsyD Suicide continues to increase in the United States and around the world (Hedegaard et al., 2020), and it is within this context that COVID-19 showed up. Risk factors associated with an increase in suicide, such as social isolation and an economic downturn, are front and center as we all grapple with how to adjust to living with a pandemic. Social distancing gives rise to closed businesses…
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Value-Focused Treatment in CBT for Depression

By Dr. Robert Hindman, PhD Laura, one of my clients diagnosed with depression, started treatment by saying, “I just don’t feel good enough to do anything.” Laura had decided to start cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) with me after seeing a traditional supportive therapist for about two years without experiencing the improvement she desired. I asked Laura what her previous therapy focused on. She said, “We were trying to figure out…
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Soldier Suicide Prevention and Motorcycles

By Sarah Fleming, BA I recently had the honor of travelling to Wrightsville Beach, NC, to meet a special group of Beck Institute donors. Each year, the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, Jacksonville, NC Chapter, organizes a fundraiser for our Soldier Suicide Prevention Fund-- a special scholarship fund that Beck Institute created to provide training scholarships for clinicians who treat active duty military and veterans and their families. This year, I…
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