Year: 2013 Source: The Journal of Humanistic Counseling.(2013).52(1):106Ð121. DOI: 10.1002/j.2161-1939.2013.00036.x SIEC No: 20130680

This article provides ideas for teaching suicide assessment and intervention according to differing student learning styles and preferences. The authors discuss how considering the learning styles and uniqueness of counselors-in-training while assessing the complexity of suicidality can contribute to the literature on humanism and lead to more effective counselor instruction.