Youth Suicide Prevention
Abstract: This collection of papers discusses the use of literature in the prevention of youth suicide. The authors use Herman Melville, William Shakespeare, William Styron, Sylvia Plath, and various poetry and popular culture references to demonstrate how literature relates to the issue of youth suicide. The clinical use of literature in treatment of suicidal tendencies in youth is examined.
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The Suicidal PsychoLogics of MobyDick
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Helping Bereaved Children, Second Edition: A Handbook for Practitioners
Nancy Boyd Webb
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