Grief Counseling Training Program Article on Depression with Suicidal Thoughts

In times of crisis suicidal thinking can overtake, but it can also gradually creep into the mind of the person via depression.  Understanding and identifying suicidal depression is important and can save a life.

Helping some through suicidal thoughts takes indepth training. Please also review AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Program


The article, “Understanding Suicidal Depression” from Healthline explores the characteristics of suicidal depression.  The article states,

“When someone has clinical depression with suicidal ideation as a symptom, Marshall says it means that they are experiencing suicidal thoughts as part of their overall health symptoms. “However, it’s important to remember the vast majority of people who are depressed do not go on to die by suicide,” she explains.”

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It is important to never underestimate suicidal thoughts and to help individuals find the help and care they need if beyond one’s ability.  If someone is experiencing suicidal thoughts, it is important to delve deeper into how well thought a potential plan is and also the ability to carry out that plan. In addition it is important to make a pact that if someone feels they can no longer cope to call or let you know.

Please also review AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Training Program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals.  The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professional seeking a four year certification in Grief Counseling.