Exploring the 'talk' of suicide: Using discourse-informed approaches in exploring suicide risk
AbstractThis chapter considers how discourse-based approaches can help facilitate mental health work with clients/patients who present at risk of suicide. This is discussed in the context of a predominant and traditional risk assessment questionnaire approach, increasingly acknowledged as having low predictive quality.
CitationReeves, A. (2021). Exploring the 'talk' of suicide: Using discourse-informed approaches in exploring suicide risk. In M. O'Reilly & J. N. Lester (Eds.), Improving communication in mental health settings (pp. 175-190). London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
Description"This is an Accepted Manuscript of a book chapter published by Routledge in [Improving Communication in Mental Health Settings] on [25/03/2021], available online: http://www.routledge.com/Improving-Communication-in-Mental-Health-Settings-Evidence-Based-Recommendations/OReilly-Lester/p/book/9780367456054#:~:text=s)%20Support%20Material-,Book%20Description,clients%20in%20mental%20health%20settings
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