A teacher’s guide to preventing suicide

“Emotionally Naked is the suicide prevention book educators have been waiting for.”Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, Pres, American Association of Suicidology

Emotionally Naked: A Teacher’s Guide to Preventing Suicide and Recognizing Students at Risk– Publisher: Jossey Bass, a Wiley Publishing brand. $29.95

by Anne Moss Rogers & Kimberly O’Brien, PhD, LICSW, Publisher Wiley, Jossey-Bass

Endorsed by Zero Suicide, JED Foundation, and American Association of Suicidology. Amazon USA is an affiliate link.

Description: Perfect for teachers, counselors, coaches, parents, and administrators in schools, this bestseller highlights the tools, resources, and ideas that fuel small culture shifts for a foundation of suicide prevention. Since teachers oversee millions of adolescents nationwide, their observations, instincts, and relationships make them a vital first link between students, the school counseling team, their parents, and mental health resources. This book covers key strategies for prevention, intervention, and postvention, emphasizing student wellness, social-emotional learning, and collaboration among educators at all levels.

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“This book is practical, easy to read and apply, and important support for any teacher who wants to be a real mental health ally to her or his students. The pages are rich with best and evidence-based practices and the authors provide many useful tools to help teachers understand suicide risk and to help prevent it.”
—Suzanne Button, Ph.D., Senior Clinical Director, High School Programming, The Jed Foundation

“The authors bring out the heart and soul of suicide prevention. Policymakers, administrators, educators, and parents will walk away inspired, and better equipped to address suicide in schools.”
–Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW, President, American Association of Suicidology

“Sound information, practical advice, superb collection of resources, and written with compassion.”
–Jerry Reed, Ph.D., MSW, Education Development Center

“This book is an amazingly practical, accessible, and thoughtful resource.”
–Julie Goldstein Grumet, Ph.D., Director, Zero Suicide Institute, Education Development Center

“Teachers are uniquely positioned to recognize children who are struggling emotionally. This book is a priceless resource in helping them do this effectively.”
–Victor Schwartz, MD, Former CMO, The JED Foundation, Dept of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine

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2 thoughts on “A teacher’s guide to preventing suicide”

  1. I was a brand new Teacher in my 6th week of teaching Computer Science to high school Seniors when one of the brightest kids took their own life. The different ways that tragedy rippled and echoed through the class for the rest of the year was unpredictable, disruptive, and interesting. I look forward to reading your book to gain vocabulary around, and strategies for trying to prevent teen suicide.

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