Welcome to this important issue of The Bridge that focuses on suicide and self-harm.
Click on the front cover to download the issue as a pdf. Each of the articles can be read via the links below, and they each have individual pdfs to download.
Articles from this edition
Childhood maltreatment increases suicide risk despite strong neuropsychological functioning
Individual changes in stress-level predict non-suicidal self-injury
Social connectedness is a protective factor against short-term suicide attempts (post discharge) in school children
Social cohesion and integration in schools reduces suicidal behaviour rate
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
Long-term youth suicide prevention programs can have sustained effects
Low parental belongingness increases suicidal ideation risk
Inflammation does not mediate an adverse childhood experience– self-harm risk association