The association between school staff’s coping strategies following a student’s suicide, school climate, and previous experience with suicide

This article examines whether and to what extent school climate and previous experience of attempted suicide or suicide of someone close, affect the strategies adopted by Israeli school staff members in coping with a student’s suicide. Participants included 84 homeroom teachers, principals, counselors, and psychologists who work at schools where a student had died by […]

School counselors’ exposure to student suicide, suicide assessment self-efficacy, and workplace anxiety: Implications for training, practice, and research

In a national sample of current school counselors with membership in the American School Counselor Association (N = 226), we examined the prevalence of suicide training among school counselors as well as differences inĀ  suicide assessment self-efficacy and workplace anxiety between school counselors who were exposed to student suicide and those who were not. The […]