Suicidal Thoughts therapists in Bristol, England ENG, United Kingdom GB
If you are experiencing suicidal thinking, therapy can be a critical and potentially life-saving intervention. It is designed to provide support, address the underlying causes of suicidal ideation, and develop coping strategies to ensure the safety and well-being.
4 Years Experience
Psychologist, PhD Clinical Psychology, AD ( HOMEOPATHY,NATUROPATHY,HERBAL MEDICINE,CBT,FAMILY THERAPY,NLP,COACHING
Neuropsychology Psychology Holistic Medicines Holistic Therapies Integrated Medicine Integrated Therapy Functional Medicine Unified Therapy Diet Therapy Nutrition Therapy Hypnotherapy NLP Psycho-visual Therapy Family Therapy Psycho-sexual Therapy Sexual and Marital Psychotherapy Homeopathy Herbal Medicine Naturopathy Quantum Medicine
24 Years Experience
Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
I believe that suicide is something that can be tackled seriously and confidently and is a spiritual battle which can be due to how someone manifests in the flesh. I believe everyone is a uniques soul who lives n a body and has a spiritual aspect to their humanity and once the soul qualities can be manifest the person with deal more fully and integrate better in society and within relationships that are often at the heart fo suicidal tendencies. I helped 15 suicidal people in my first year of volunteering and showed my system of care and the keys to open the life are available.
28 Years Experience
Psychologist, UK Chartered Counseling Psychologist
Life can feel hopeless at times and maybe we turn to suicidal thoughts as a way out. Although thinking about suicide is scary to some, it really is a common complaint. Let's talk about how your thoughts may be exploring suicide and begin to get at the root of your feelings. Validation of this intense feeling is step one in moving toward a more hopeful way of living.
15 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counsellor, CBT, Mindfulness, Counselling, Inner Child Truma
AS Counsellor working with Suicidal Thoughts. Firstly ask the client "Are you having any thoughts of suicide or self-harm. If yes how long have you had these thoughts when they happen?. Ask how serious do you feel about carrying out these thoughts. Or if you left here right now how what us the likelihood that you would follow through with your thoughts about killing your self. For plan. I would ask. Have you given though to how you would kill/harm yourself. As a Counsellor I would use 0-10 scale to measure how often do they have these thoughts. After I have asked these questions I would have a much better understanding of my clients current level of suicidality. Then I will be able to know if I can work with my client or refer them to their GP or someone else more experience in Suicidal cases.