Monthly Archives: August 2014

Can Clinical Match the Power of Peer Supports?

Generally, people ask the opposite question looking to researchers to examine the outcomes of peer supports and comparing them with established clinical best practices. Consider, though, the school shooting that was averted due to the actions of a peer. How … Continue reading

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Robin Williams & #Standupfor Cancer

As national leaders in suicide prevention, we can say with all urgency that our field can learn a lot from the fight against cancer. A bittersweet irony of Robin Williams’ death by suicide was the support he gave to the … Continue reading

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