Suicidal Thoughts therapists in Springfield, Missouri MO
Suicidal thoughts can be a sign of serious mental health issues that require immediate attention. Our center provides a safe and supportive environment for for children, adolescents, and seniors experiencing suicidal thoughts, with 24/7 monitoring and support. Our team of mental health professionals has extensive experience in treating suicidal ideation and related disorders, using a range of evidence-based treatments, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and medication management. We also provide individual and group therapy, as well as support for family members and loved ones. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, please contact us immediately to get the help you need.
12 Years Experience
Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist
There is a wide range of suicidal thoughts and gestures. It usually starts with a fleeting thought of "I can't take this anymore." It is important to give these thoughts the attention they deserve. Get help now, and reach out to those who love and support you.
13 Years Experience
Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Our team is here for you and your loved ones. Please reach out if you have a question about you or a friend or a family member's mental health. If you or your loved one is in immediate danger, please call 911.
23 Years Experience
Psychologist, PhD, LPC, PsyD, MSW, Marriage and Family Counselor, LCSW
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was one of the first therapies to treat highly suicidal individuals on an outpatient basis. Because DBT considers suicide as the solution, not the actual problem itself, DBT therapists are focused on identifying the actual problems in order to assist with different, tangible solutions. Not only that, but DBT therapists are able to speak frankly about death instead of tiptoeing around it, treating patients with respect rather than patronizing with whispery tones and “concerned” looks. Within DBT, no person is treated as “fragile” and though the situation may be serious, we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
9 Years Experience
Marriage and Family Therapist, LCMFT
Suicidal thoughts are often a sign of intense pain and hopelessness. They person experiencing them doesn't always want to die. They want to end the pain. Sessions will focus on safety planning, identifying triggers, and identifying strengths and future hopes.
3 Years Experience