Suicidal Thoughts therapists in Doylestown, Pennsylvania PA
Counselor/Therapist, M.A., M.Ed.; LPC, CAADC, CEMDRT
In helping you to work through suicidal thoughts, I use a particular model of therapy known as Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS), which enables us to work closely together in addressing the causes and solutions to your suicidality.
29 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC
Suicidal thoughts are a common response to being in intense psychological pain and distress. I provide support with safety planning and crisis prevention, as well as exploring and working through the stressors and issues in individuals' lives that are contributing to their suicidal ideation. My goal is to support clients not only in managing risk and keeping themselves safe but in building a life worth living.
3 Years Experience
Belmont Behavioral Health System provides comprehensive treatment services for individuals struggling with suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Our experienced team of mental health professionals offers evidence-based interventions and individualized treatment plans that are tailored to meet the unique needs of each patient. Our services include crisis stabilization, medication management, individual and group therapy, and supportive aftercare planning. We provide a safe and supportive environment where our patients can receive the care and support they need to manage their suicidal thoughts and move towards a healthier, more fulfilling life. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you or your loved one manage suicidal thoughts.
8 Years Experience
Psychologist, PsyD, Diplomate in CBT,NBCC Certified,Licensed Psychologist
Often described as the "Best Kept Secret of the Main Line." Dr. Zeiders is quietly popular for his insightful, effective psychotherapy, executive coaching and "fix it" abilities as a Psychologist. He treats anxiety, stress, shyness, depression, marital issues and addictions.
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