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Author Ohlmann, Chelsea, author.

Title Exploring a group of high-risk adolescents' experiences with a suicide prevention program using the listening guide / Chelsea Ohlmann, Janelle Kwee, Robert Lees.

Published London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series SAGE Research Methods. Cases
SAGE Research Methods. Cases.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary In 2011, I began the thesis research for my Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology and I was looking to conduct a study that focused on adolescent girls, particularly one that would enable me to engage with participants on a personal level. One of my thesis supervisors brought a group to my attention that had a particularly strong impact on the participants. The group was started in a high school in British Columbia, Canada, and it was a grassroots, school-based suicide prevention group. This group, called the Alive group, included high school students between 15 and 18 years of age. It was a support group for the students, and they also created and performed presentations on suicide prevention to peers and students at other schools. This case explores how I used the qualitative method of the Listening Guide to explore the experiences of the students in the Alive group. I will also discuss my experience of implementing a depth-oriented method and the richness and personal growth that can result for the researchers.
Notes Description based on XML content.
Other author Kwee, Janelle, author.
Lees, Robert, author.
Subject Youth -- Suicidal behavior -- British Columbia -- Case studies.
Suicide -- British Columbia -- Prevention -- Case studies.
ISBN 9781473996724 (ebook) : No price