Risk Assessment and Decision Making Regarding Imminent Suicidality in Pediatric Settings

@inproceedings{Helms2014RiskAA,
  title={Risk Assessment and Decision Making Regarding Imminent Suicidality in Pediatric Settings},
  author={Sarah W. Helms and Mitchell Jay Prinstein},
  year={2014}
}
Risk assessment for suicidality and related clinical decision making raises a number of ethical, clinical, and professional challenges for pediatric psychologists across the many clinical settings and professional roles in which these risk assessments may be conducted. Prior work has focused on ethical issues related to imminent risk concerns and the development of risk assessment protocols for use in clinical work or research. However, little work has attended to the real-world clinical… CONTINUE READING