The State of Suicide and its Survivors

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By Cori McMahon, PsyD, NCCE VP of Clinical Services, Tridiuum Suicide, always a tragic outcome of advanced mental illness, is quickly becoming an even more formidable threat in the United States. According to Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE), 2020 saw almost 46,000 Americans die from suicide in the U.S., making it now the 12th […]

Guns’ Hidden Victims

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by Rachel Jenkins, Senior Content Strategist | New Directions + Tridiuum View more resources for Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month 2022 Though suicide tends to garner less media attention than homicide, it consistently accounts for most gun deaths in the U.S. This is nothing new—it’s a fact that has held true since at least 1981. […]

Men’s Behavioral Health: Unique Issues & Barriers to Care

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By Steven Schwartz, PhD Head of Research It is well known in most clinical circles that men have a unique relationship to issues of emotional and behavioral health. In general, men underutilize behavioral health services. In Men’s Health Awareness Month, we would like to recognize the men in our lives who suffer with emotional or […]

Leaning into Early Identification of Suicide

Written By Tridiuum CEO Mark Redlus The current events and news over the last several days have catapulted the issue of suicide back into the national narrative, front and center. Leaning into the issue is beginning to feel as daunting as the issue itself. But, as our nation struggles to come to grips with the […]