The suicide clinic : a cry for help
Indicates that a suicide attempt is a cry for help, sympathy, and understanding--all of which can be handled by the suicide clinic. Indicates that most suicide attempts are the result of a crisis which passes leaving the person fully recovered. Shows that suicides cross all socioeconomic levels and that these individuals are not necessarily emotionally unstable. Links most suicides with long-term depression involving love, work, or physical illness. Looks at the need for recognition and therapy of persons with suicidal tendencies.
Tom Mossman; John Viazanko; Wayne Threm; Ray Fahrenkopf; David Prowitt; Robert E. Litman, M.D., Psychiatrist; Norman L. Farberow, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist; Marina Wandzilak
National Educational Television
Educational; Documentary; Mental Health
Suicide--Prevention; Mental health services
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