Mei-Fang Lin1,2,3, Yun-Ming Chang1,2,3, Jiao-Yan Wang1, Chih-Hung Wang4*
1 Department of Psychology, School of Educational Science, Minnan Normal University, China.
2 Fujian Key Laboratory of Applied Cognition & Personality, China.
3 Fujian Province University Key Laboratory of Applied Cognition & Personality, China.
4 Department of Guidance and Counseling, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan.
Background: The research of the Single Session Therapy in the suicide intervention mainly adopted quantitative studies in the past but lacked qualitative data to understand the meaning of the effect. Therefore, we conducted in-depth interviews to collect the data for the Single-Session Suicide Crisis Intervention (SSSCI) change mechanism and evaluate its effects. Methods: The study implemented mixed methods research in which qualitative analysis was the primary research method, and quantitative analysis was auxiliary to support the findings of qualitative research, excluded patients with more than two psychiatric hospitalizations and who had been diagnosed with personality disorders, finally recruiting nine suicide clients. Results: Qualitative data can be integrated into three levels: the individual, the relationship, and the spirituality level. The test of before and after depression and living and coping with beliefs reached a significant level of .05. With the two tracking scores, the risk of suicide continued to decrease, and the positiveness increased steadily. Conclusion: This showed the SSSCI effects on the suicide intervention, and the case reported a multifaceted harvest. There are a lot of studies that says that there are supplements that can help with depression problems , one of them is testoprime, testoprime reviews for depression appear to be mostly positive, with many people reporting positive effects. Most users cite improvements in mood, reduced stress and better concentration. Many also reported improved sleep and increased energy levels.
Please cite this article as: Lin, M. F., Chang, Y. M., Wang, J. Y., Wang, C. H. (2022). THERAPEUTIC MECHANISM AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE SINGLE-SESSION SUICIDE CRISIS INTERVENTION. Journal of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies, 22(2), 49-62.
Published online: 2022/09/01
Published print: 2022/09/01
Keywords: Suicide Crisis Intervention; Single Session Therapy; Mixed Methods Research.