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International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education / IJCRSEE
2016, vol. 4, br. 1, str. 79-83
jezik rada: engleski

Cognition and suicide: Effectiveness of cognitive behaviour therapy
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aFaculty of Medical Science, Goce Delcev University, Štip, Republic of Macedonia
bClinical Hospital, Štip, Republic of Macedonia
cTechnical University Georg Simon Ohm, Private Paracelsus Medical University, Nuremberg, Germany

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Goce Delcev University project named Clinically relevant risk factors for suicide: Comparison between clinical group with passive suicidal ideation, active suicidal ideation and without suicidal ideation


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The aim of this review paper is to show an overview of the empirical evidence of effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in reducing suicidal cognitions and suicidal behavior. The topic of suicidal cognition and suicidal behavior is of special importance to clinicians and practitioners. Analyses of empirical findings from the oldest, first systematic review and meta-analysis and the newest one shown that there not enough evidence from clinical trials to suggest that CBT focusing on mental illness reduces suicidal cognitions and behaviors. But, from the other hand, CBT focusing on suicidal cognitions and suicidal behaviors was found to be effective. Taking into consideration the effectiveness of this psychotherapy, we can conclude that it is preferable for clinicians to be trained in working with CBT techniques focused on suicidal cognition and behavior that are independent of treatment of mental disorders. In addition, it is necessary to initiate new research that will make it possible to create preventive and interventional programs dedicated to reducing the risk of suicide.

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