Dr. Phllip Smith and Nick Fadoir currently work at the Department of Psychology, University of South Alabama.
M.A. Psychology, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
M.S. Psychology, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania
B.A. Psychology, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
In This Particular Episode You Will Learn:
- Dr. Smith and Mr. Fadoir’s background and experience
- The exclusion of suicidal clients in clinical trials of psychological interventions.
- Military service as a historical protective factor regarding suicide, changing around 2001
- David Rudd and the Fluid Vulnerability Theory of suicide risk: a “danger zone” of suicide
- Suicide risk as dynamic and changeable rather than fixed
- Suicide being both common and rare
- Operation Deep Dive
- Community connection and collaboration as a protective factor around suicide
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