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Developing Clinical Skills in Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment

@inproceedings{McGlothlin2008DevelopingCS,
  title={Developing Clinical Skills in Suicide Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment},
  author={Jason M. McGlothlin},
  year={2008}
}
iii Dedication and Acknowledgments I dedicate this book to my son, Matthew, who was born when I started writing this book. I wish that Matthew will learn from others as I learn from him each day. I would also like to acknowledge the following individuals who have influenced this book and my work in suicidology: • My family and friends: Laura; Sylvia and Morris; Lisa and Kevin; Bruce and Julie. The love and support they provided allowed me to complete this book in the fashion that I did. I truly… Expand
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PhD, earned his doctorate in counseling from Texas A&M University– Commerce
  • 2001
earned her master’s degree in education from St. Louis University. Since 1989, she has worked as an administrator at Franklin County Suicide Prevention Services in Columbus, Ohio
  • 1989