Year: 2001 Source: Journal of Counseling and Development, v.79, no.3, (Summer 2001), p.314-319 SIEC No: 20031333

This study attempted to identity risk factors for current suicidality in clients diagnosed with schizophrenia. Results indicated that severity of depressive symptoms most strongly correlated with degree of suicidality. Stepwise regression procedures showed that the combination of depression, younger age, & traumatic stress might provide a general prediction modle for suicidality among clients diagnosed with schizophrenia. Couseling implications are outlined. (44 refs)