Resilience Factors and Suicide Risk for a Sample of Transgender Clients
This study explored how individual- and community-based resilience factors operated together in order to reduce risk of suicide for a sample of transgender therapy clients. We collected cross-sectional survey data from 106 transgender therapy clients at a local community center, including demographic information, experiences of relational support, participants' emotional stability, and risk for suicide. Results from our mediation analysis indicated that high levels of perceived relational support are related to reduced risk for suicide and that this happens by way of a person's emotional stability. Clinical implications for family therapists are discussed based on the significant indirect effect found in this study.
Edwards, Lindsay L.; Torres Bernal, Aníbal; Hanley, Scotty M.; and Martin, Shannon, "Resilience Factors and Suicide Risk for a Sample of Transgender Clients" (2020). Regis University Faculty Publications. 103.