Suicide risk reduced after talk therapy, study suggests
Talk therapy sessions can help reduce the risk of suicide among high-risk groups, suggests a US study.
Researchers from John Hopkins University tracked more than 5,000 Danish people who had attempted suicide and later received psychosocial counselling.
They found suicides went down by 26% after five years, compared to people who had no therapy sessions.
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