Crisis therapies include a range of brief interventions unified by a common set of techniques and principles.1 In addition to short-term individual approaches, group, couple, family, and network therapies are employed. Methods reflect varied conceptual frameworks including ego supportive, psychodynamic, cognitive, and behavioral.
KeywordsSuicidal Behavior Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Suicidal Risk Crisis Intervention Suicidal Patient
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