5. Mental Health Interventions for Surviving Family and Friends After a Suicide

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  • Suggest psychiatric intervention to family members and friends shortly after the death to reduce their risk for psychiatric impairment.

  • Consider referring surviving family members and friends to a survivor support group.


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