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Handbook of Military and Veteran Suicide

Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention
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ISBN-13:
9780199873623
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
512
Autor:
Bruce Bongar
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

1. Introduction into Military Suicide
Elvin Sheykhani, Lori Holleran, Kasie Hummel, and Bruce Bongar

2. Why suicide?
Victoria Kendrick, Lori Holleran, David Hart, Dana Lockwood, Tracy Vargo, and Bruce Bongar

3. Suicide and the American military's experience in Iraq and Afghanistan
Joseph Tomlins, Whitney Bliss, Larry James, Bruce Bongar

4. Suicide in the Army National Guard: Findings, Interpretative Framework, and Implications for Intervention
James Griffith

5. Combat experience and the acquired capability for suicide
Craig J. Bryan, Tracy A. Clemans, and Ann Marie Hernandez

6. Combat-related killing and suicide through the Interpersonal-Psychological Theory of suicide
Lindsey L. Monteith and Shira Maguen

7. Suicide risk assessment with combat veterans - Part I: Contextual factors
Christoper G. AhnAllen, Abby Adler, and Phillip M. Kleespies

8. Suicide risk assessment with combat veterans - Part II: Assessment and Management
Phillip M. Kleespies, Abby Adler, and Christoper G. AhnAllen

9. Driving Themselves to Death: Covert and Subintentioned Suicide among Veterans
Glenn R. Sullivan, Phillip C. Kroke, Timothy Hostler

10. Identifying MMPI-2 risk factors for suicide
John J. Barreto and Roger L. Greene

11. Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Suicidal Military Personnel and Veterans
Brad Johnson and Gerry Koocher

12. Evidence-based treatments for the treatment of PTSD: Clinical considerations for PTSD and comorbid suicidality
Afsoon Eftekhari, Sara J. Landes, Katherine C. Bailey, Hana Shin, and Josef I. Ruzek

13. The Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) with suicidal service members
David A. Jobes, Blaire C. Schembari, and Keith Jennings

14. Healing the hidden wounds of war: Treating the combat veteran with PTSD at risk for suicide
Herbert Hendin

15. Traumatic brain injury and suicide
Beeta Y. Homaifar, Melodi Billera, Sean M. Barnes, Nazanin Bahraini, and Lisa A. Brenner

16. U.S. Special Operations Preservation of the Task Force and Family Task Force
Bruce Bongar, Kathryn Maslowski, Catherine Hausman, Danielle Spangler, and Tracy Vargo

17. Managing Suicide in the Older Veteran
Bavna B. Vyas, Lisa M. Brown, David Dosa, and Diane L. Elmore

18. Person-centered prevention of suicide in primary care settings
Paul R. Duberstein, Marsha Wittink, and Wilfred R. Pigeon

19. Caring letters for military suicide prevention
David D. Luxton
For the past decade, suicidal behavior in military and veteran populations has been a constant feature in the news and in the media, with suicide rates among active duty American military personnel reaching their highest level in almost three decades. Handbook of Military and Veteran Suicide reviews the most advanced scientific understanding of the phenomenon of active duty and veteran suicide, while providing a useful, hands-on clinical guide for those working with this population.

This comprehensive Handbook covers all relevant topics and current research in suicide in military and veteran populations, including links between suicide and PTSD, the stigma of mental health treatment in the military, screening for firearms access in military and veteran populations, "subintentioned" suicide (e.g. reckless driving and other such "accidental" deaths), women in combat, and working with families. Chapters also cover suicide risk assessment, ethical issues in treating suicidal patients, evidence-based treatments for PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and managing suicide in older veterans. Significant issues that may arise in assessing and treating military and veteran populations who are at risk for suicide are presented and discussed with evidence-based and practical recommendations. This Handbook will benefit researchers, policy makers, and clinicians who work with active duty military and veteran populations.

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