Interview with Dr. Katie Gordon, Psychologist and Author

I connected with Dr. Katie Gordon on Twitter when she posted about her upcoming book about suicide prevention. Obviously, this is an important topic, and she graciously agreed to an interview with me. Content warning: this post talks about suicidal ideation. 1. Tell me a bit about your professional background. I went to Florida StateContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Katie Gordon, Psychologist and Author”

How Do We Talk About Suicide?

Obvious content warning: this blog post talks about suicide in a non-descriptive way. Mental health is hard to talk about. Although we’ve gotten better over the years as a society, there is still a huge stigma, especially around suicide. Suicide is a symptom, just like heart failure is a symptom, but suicide gets talked aboutContinue reading “How Do We Talk About Suicide?”

What Do Risk Assessments Look Like?

Content/Trigger Warning: Suicidal Ideation September is Suicide Awareness Month, so my best friend, Cirien, helped me create a mock risk assessment. Many people wonder what it looks like if you tell your therapist you are having suicidal thoughts that you don’t want to act on, so I created this video to show how I respondContinue reading “What Do Risk Assessments Look Like?”