Childhood abuse, intrapersonal strength, and suicide resilience in African American females who attempted suicide - Kapoor S, Domingue HK, Watson-Singleton NN, Are F, Elmore CA, Crooks CL, Madden A, Mack SA, Peifer JS, Kaslow NJ.

There is a significant association between childhood abuse and suicidal behavior in low-income African American women with a recent suicide attempt. Increasingly, empirical focus is shifting toward including suicide resilience, which mitigates against suic...
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Authors: Oon-Arom A, Wongpakaran T, Satthapisit S, Saisavoey N, Kuntawong P, Wongpakaran N Abstract Attachment styles reflect interpersonal relationship patterns in many ways. Although there is increasing evidence regarding the relationship between attachment styles and suicidality in adults, few studies have been conducted among the elderly population. Present study aims to investigate the link between attachment style and risk of suicidality in elderly people. A secondary analysis of cross-sectional data among geriatric outpatients at psychiatric clinics in xxxx with respect to whether patients had depressive dis...
Source: Asian Journal of Psychiatry - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Asian J Psychiatr Source Type: research
Authors: Hahm HC, Zhou L, Lee C, Maru M, Petersen JM, Kolaczyk ED Abstract To our knowledge, Asian Women's Action for Resilience and Empowerment (AWARE) is the first gender- and culture-specific and trauma-informed group psychotherapy intervention designed for Asian-American young women with histories of interpersonal violence and trauma and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) diagnosis. We employed a 2-arm randomized controlled trial. Sixty-three women who met clinical criteria for trauma were randomized to the intervention (n = 32) or waitlist control (n = 31) group. We documented retention rates, preliminar...
Source: The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Am J Orthopsychiatry Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 15 July 2019Source: Safety and Health at WorkAuthor(s): Kyung-Woo Kim, Sang-Gil Lee, Gyu-Seok HwangAbstractThe horse stable hand workers are one of the most important occupations in horse-racing industry. However, the suicide problem of the horse stable hand workers in Korea has raised the necessity of new study on how these workers can be experienced mental health problems such as occupational stress and depression in organizational situation. So this study investigated the occupational stress and depression level of the horse stable hand workers and identified the structural relationshi...
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This study examined the effects of "savoring the moment" (the ability to generate, maintain, and extend positive emotions) on the relationship between negative emotions and suicidal behavior in a sample of gender and sexual minorities (GSM). Savoring the m...
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We examined depression and anxiety as mediators of the linkage between percei...
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Condition:   Suicide Intervention:   Behavioral: Peer to peer program intervention Sponsors:   University of Utah;   Xcelerate Innovations Not yet recruiting
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Conclusions/Implications for Practice Youth and neuroticism were found to be significant risk factors for developing depressive symptoms in female victims of IPV, whereas extraversion was found to be a related protective factor. The results of this study indicate that clinical workers should provide female victims of IPV, especially relatively young victims, with services that help ameliorate neuroticism to reduce the risk of depressive symptoms.
Source: Journal of Nursing Research - Category: Nursing Tags: ORIGINAL ARTICLES Source Type: research
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Two months after a study linked the series to an increase in suicide rates, Netflix removed a graphic scene.
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Suicide prevention groups support the decision.
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