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Cultural, Linguistic and Social considerations in making a Suicide Assessment

The suicide rates are highest among people over 85 and young people between the ages of 15-24. Drawing on the material you have been reading for weeks two and three, please discuss the questions below in terms of the cultural, linguistic and social considerations in making a suicide assessment. You should have the following three subheadings for each question: i.e., cultural considerations, linguistic considerations, social considerations. 1. Why do you think these two particular age groups are most vulnerable for suicide? Even though they are at opposite ends of the life span, do they share experiences in common? 2. What is different about these stages in a person’s life that make suicide ideation more likely? 3. What are the risk factors involved that may lead to suicide related activities and characteristics? I have included a link to Medscape that you may find helpful as you think through the answers. https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2013085-overview Class # 2: Fundamentals of Treatment Preparation through Termination. Overview of Social Work Knowledge of Psychotropic Drugs Required Readings: Black, D.W. & Andreasen, N.C. (2011). The neurobiology and genetics of mental illness. In Introductory textbook of psychiatry. Fifth Edition (pp. 55-80). Washington D.C. American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. Woo, S. M., & Keatinge, C. (2016). Fundamentals of treatment (Chapter 3, pp. 105-169). In Diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders across the lifespan. New Jersey. John Wiley & Sons Harlick, J. (2018). Suicide: Americas grim bellwether. In. S.J. Rosenberg and J. Rosenberg (Eds.). Community mental health: Challenges for the 21st century (pp. 102 130). New York. Routledge Psychopharmacology Webinar # 1 Class # 3: Assessment and Classification: Social and Cultural Considerations in Mental Health Required Readings: Sadock, B. J., Sadock, V. A., & Ruiz, P. (2015). Examination and diagnosis of the psychiatric patient. (Chapter 5, pp. 192-217 and 283-289). In Synopsis of psychiatry: behavioral sciences, clinical psychiatry (11th ed.) Philadelphia: William & Wilkins. Costello et al. (2003) Relationships between poverty and psychopathology a natural experiment. JAMA, 290(15), 2023-2029. Malgady, R.G. and Zayas, L.H. (2001) Cultural and linguistic considerations in psychodiagnosis with Hispanics: The need for an empirically informed process model. Social Work 46(1), 39-50. Supplemental Resources: Podcast: The Stigma of Mental Illness in Black Communities
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