American Association of Suicidology

It is likely that nearly every clinician in America will be working with a suicide loss survivor or “suicide bereaved” person at some point in time.As a clinical community, we have a lot to learn about working with suicide loss survivors. Read more


Autistic people are at a high risk of suicidal ideation and/or dying by suicide. Research has found a 66% lifetime experience of suicidal ideation and a 35% lifetime experience of planned or attempted suicide. What steps can we take to help? Read more


Essential suicide prevention resources for social workers include trainings, certifications, telephone and text hotlines, a resource center, podcasts, Twitter chats, a data collection initiative, and more. Part 2 of a series on suicide prevention. Read more


Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. The New Social Worker and the American Association of Suicidology collaborate to present a series of articles on suicide prevention and treatment during National Suicide Prevention Month. Read more



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