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creightonc 19m
Opened my email and day made seeing this pic from in the newsletter!
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creightonc 10m
We LOVE !!
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Julie Cerel May 19
Watching myself on with in my own kitchen!
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Annemarie Matulis May 19
Julie Cerel - Youth Suicide Prevention | Connections with Renee Shaw Hey,Hey Hey!
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creightonc May 19
And with this I gain a new level of respect for "Ranya’s death was something the agency needed to recognize as being one of those unfortunate consequences of the global challenges the CIA addresses.”
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AAS Suicidology 24h
"But social media could also be lifesaving, especially if posts reveal suicidal ideation or intent, and prompt other peers or parents to take note to intervene."
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Kristopher Thompson LCSW May 13
Is screen time a true driver of suicide in teens? How about emotional regulation skills starting in kindergarten! Screen time leads to suicide, bullying, depression in NJ teens, study says.
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creightonc May 19
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creightonc May 21
But 9 min in the not belonging/burden is actually from ( member & editor of this field's journal: Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior) He's also a loss survivor & would make for an amazing future episode
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Annemarie Matulis May 20
NFL, NFLPA announce mental health initiative Interesting.
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creightonc May 17
Thank you for this article & interview with our past president
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creightonc May 16
Thank you Project Tomorrow (suicide prevention & education) in Missoula for taking time to meet with me yesterday morning. Loved hearing about all the incredible work being done in Montana thanks to your initiative. (and such a cool view from the meeting room!)
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Jen Wright Berryman May 20
Preview of tonight’s segment about Hope Squads. Tune in at 6:30 EST to NBC Nightly News!
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Jonathan Singer May 14
Can comprehensive youth programming save lives? YES. Analysis of 10 years of GLS data: Youth suicides decreased up to two years after program ended, with rural areas seeing the greatest decrease. No effects in year 3.
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creightonc May 16
Montana also in my Google alerts today - this time via -- mentioning 's founder Dr. Edwin Shneidman
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creightonc May 16
Great to see a reference to our journal "A 2001 study in the journal Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior found that 87% of suicides in teens & young adults occurred, from initial thoughts to completion, within an 8 hour window"
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creightonc May 16
Speaking of Montana, powerful piece in "In Montana, 63% of youth suicides are by firearms (compared to 39% nationally). Montana girls ages 10-18 kill themselves using firearms at six times the rate of girls in the rest of the country"
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creightonc May 19
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Annemarie Matulis May 17
When Doctors Are At-Risk for Suicide | Psychology Today We need more light on this tragedy.
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