The development of self-efficacy to work with suicidal clients
© 2018, Gregg M. Elliott, Richard W. Audsley, Lisa Runck, Ashley A. Pechek, Adriana de Raet, Angelica Valdez, Brandon J. Wilde, and Nova Southeastern University. Suicide is a public health crisis which counselors must be prepared to address. In this grounded theory study, the researchers advance a model to show how counselors develop self-efficacy to work with suicidal clients. Counselor educators may use this model to improve programmatic training and supervision of students.
Elliott, Gregory M.; Audsley, Richard W.; Runck, Lisa; Pechek, Ashley A.; de Raet, Adriana; Valdez, Angelica; and Wilde, Brandon J., "The development of self-efficacy to work with suicidal clients" (2018). Regis University Faculty Publications. 214.