Many people in treatment for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), commonly known as multiple personalities, live in a chronic state of suicidal thinking, acting out, and/or making serious attempts to end their lives (and succeed) either intentionally, or by accident.
I lost several friends to suicide while in treatment for Dissociative Identity Disorder. I witnessed many others make attempts to end their life by overdosing on caches of pills, self-mutilation, and other acts requiring emergency medical intervention.
There is a new online course titled: The Inpatient Suicide Prevention Course in the United Kingdom. Description:
Published on Jul 2, 2013
This video introduces you to our new online course produced by the Section of Mental Health Nursing at the Institute of Psychiatry.
To apply for or register for this course, or for any other administrative query, please contact Alex Harwood (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For queries about fees and potential large orders for ward, hospital or organisation wide training, please contact Len Bowers (email@example.com).
For questions about the educational content and management of the course, please contact Debbie Robson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This online course also forms part of our 10 day short course: “Enhanced Skills for In-patient Staff
Disclaimer by blogger: I do not endorse or support this course. This is for informational purposes only.