Choosing to Live: Guidelines for Suicide Prevention Counselling in Domestic Violence
Aruna Burte (),
Padma Deosthali () and
Sangeeta Rege ()
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Nearly a million people take their own lives every year, more than those murdered or killed in war. Suicide is a problem that affects people of all ages and economic levels, and is recognised by the WHO as a significant public health problem. A large significant proportion of suicides are among young women. This document emerging out of the experience of a hospital based project on domestic violence to help understand the distress and helplessness that a person attempting suicide feels. It is meant to help those having to deal with such situations, among women and has useful pointers for all such cases.
Keywords: suicide; suicide prevention; attempted suicide; domestic violence; public health; hospitals; counselling; therapy; Social Work; Sociology; Psychology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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