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Hope and Healing after Suicide

References

​​Alberta Health and Wellness. (2000). Suicide Grief: Let’s Talk About It.[pamphlet]. Alberta: Alberta Health and Wellness.

Alberta Health Services (2015). Hope and Healing: A Practical Guide for Survivors of Suicide.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. (2014). Talking to Children about Suicide. Retrieved from https://www.pfw.edu/dotAsset/6cc30b55-4cc1-4da2-b227-abcf0e9ad355.pdf.

Bolton, I. (1987). Beyond surviving: Suggestions for survivors. In J. Dunne, J. McIntosh & K. Dunne-Maxim (Eds.), Suicide and its aftermath (pp. 289-290).

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. (2018). How to Support Those Living with Suicide Loss. Retrieved from https://suicideprevention.ca/coping-with-suicide-loss/how-to-support-those-living-with-suicide-loss/.

Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. (2018). Suicide Grief. Retrieved from https://suicideprevention.ca/coping-with-suicide-loss/suicide-grief/.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. (2018). When a Parent Dies by Suicide: What kids want to know. Retrieved from https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/guides-and-publications/when-a-parent-dies-by-suicide.

Centre for Mental Health, NSW Health Department. (1999). Care and Support Pack for Families and Friends Bereaved by Suicide. New South Wales: NSW Health Department

Goldman, L. (2000, May/June). Suicide: How Can We Talk to the Children? The Forum Newsletter, p. 1-3.

Mertick, E. (1991). Yours, Mine and Our Children’s Grief: A Parent’s Guide. Alberta: Alberta Funeral Service Association.

Current as of: October 17, 2018

Author: Provincial Injury Prevention Program, Alberta Health Services