Military veterans’ experiences with suicidal ideation: Implications for intervention and prevention.

Article also published in Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. (2015). 45(4):399-414.

Cutting to live: A phenomenology of self-harm.

This exploratory study utilizes a phenomenological methodology as described by Moustakas (Phenomenological research methods, Sage Publications, 1994). Data were gathered via qualitative face-to-face interviews from a midsize southwestern community. Eleven participants, ten females and one male, were included in this study. Data suggested three categories that described the participantsÕ experiences of self-harm: Self-harm is Misunderstood, […]

Development and initial validation of the structured interview for self-destructive behaviors.


The next generation of psychological autopsy studies.Part 2. Interview procedures.