Welcome to this issue of The Bridge focusing on Suicide and Self-Harm.
Each of the articles can be read via the links below, and they each have individual pdfs to download. You can also get the full edition as a PDF from the Download link on this page.
- Suicide and Self-harm Edition Editorial
- Childhood maltreatment increases suicide risk despite strong neuropsychological functioning
- DBT is effective for youth with high levels of emotion dysregulation
- DBT-A reduces self-harming behaviours by improving feelings of hopelessness
- Family-focused CBT is not superior to enhanced treatment-as-usual in reducing suicide attempts
- Individual changes in stress-level predict non-suicidal self-injury
- Inflammation does not mediate an adverse childhood experience– self-harm risk association
- Long-term youth suicide prevention programs can have sustained effects
- Low parental belongingness increases suicidal ideation risk
- Social cohesion and integration in schools reduces suicidal behaviour rate
- Social connectedness and suicidal thoughts and behaviors among adolescents