JASON McGLOTHLIN, PhD is a professor at Kent State University in the Counseling and Human Development Services Program. He is an experienced clinician with many years of experience treating suicidal clients and their families. He is also an experienced hostage negotiator and the author of the book Developing Clinical Skills in Suicide Assessment Prevention, and Treatment.
Among other things, Rebecca Daniel-Burke asks the following questions:
- What is a thorough way to conduct a suicide assessment face to face?
- What might be some differences between assessing suicide in children, adults, older adults, or families?
- What are some issues of treatment planning with suicide clients?
Running time: 47:58
Date Recorded: 5/19/09
Email speaker Jason McGlothlin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email host Rebecca Daniel-Burke at RDanielBurke@counseling.org
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