Collective Voices | Suicide Attempt Survivors with Caroline

Representing the countless voices and experiences through stories and insights from suicide attempt survivors and their intersecting experiences.

“In terms of what helpful help might look like for me, it’s a therapist who genuinely gets the trauma-informed stuff. Any therapist who thinks they’re going to solve my puzzle in 12 sessions has no idea of the nature of my muddle. Being trauma-informed means being able to have that long-term relationship, taking the time to build the relationship and to build the trust.” – Caroline’s story is not the Pollyanna story, living with ongoing chronic suicidal thoughts, multiple suicide attempts and prolonged unhelpful help. She discusses this and more in this insightful and open interview.

Date Published
April 9, 2024
suicidal thoughts , suicidality , suicide attempt
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