Suicide Prevention: What More Can We Be Doing

Treatment accessibility, timely emergency services, and effective suicide prevention programs–these are all issues that most psychologists have encountered in their practice whether at a community clinic, hospital, medical setting, school, or private practice.  One of our graduates, Dr. Steve Broer (Antioch, 2000), who is the Director of Behavioral Health Services at Northwestern Counseling & Support Services in Saint Albans, Vermont, was recently invited to speak about issues surrounding suicide on a Vermont Public Radio show, All Things Considered: The Vermont Edition.  Steve has been a champion of community mental health and accessible care since his days at Antioch and continues the efforts to make mental health services available to all who need them.

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