Joel B Solomon

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OBJECTIVE The present study investigates the longitudinal relationship between perceived family and peer invalidation and adolescent suicidal events (SE) and self-mutilation (SM) in a 6 month follow-up (f/u) study of adolescents admitted to an inpatient psychiatric unit for suicide risk. METHODS Adolescents (n=119) and their parent(s) were administered(More)
This study examines treatment utilization in a sample of 99 adolescents who were psychiatrically hospitalized due to a risk of suicide and followed for 6 months. Descriptive information regarding participants' use of various forms of outpatient and intensive treatment, including emergency, inpatient, and residential care is presented. In addition, the(More)
Prospective predictors of persistent nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) were examined in adolescents admitted to an inpatient psychiatric unit for suicidal behaviors and followed naturalistically for 6 months. Seventy-one (77%) participants reported NSSI at baseline, and 40 (56%) persisted at the 6 month follow-up. Those who endorsed automatic positive(More)
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