Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips
Licensed Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, Diplomate in Group Psychology, Certified Group Therapist, Author, Radio Host and Media Consultant Covering a Wide Range of Psychological Topics
Category: suicide prevention
This weekend the Wounded Warrior Project came to our town. Many had the opportunity to run the 4-mile race next to veterans and their families.
Disaster and trauma studies often focus on identifying the incidence of PTSD as the sequel to traumatic events. Early interventions with those affected after a
Almost everyone has some experience with hope: We hope for the best. We hang on to hope. We despair when we lose hope. It would seem
Many people face a traumatic event in adult life. Be it a serious car accident, combat, rape, a natural disaster or the loss of a
Suicide ranks as the eleventh leading cause of death in the United States. We have lost loved ones across the generations. Older Americans are disproportionately