BCC Weekend Resource: Counseling After a Suicide

Jim Newheiser

Jim Newheiser

The BCC Weekend Resource

In this resource, Jim Newheiser addresses the issue of Counseling After a Suicide. Many have been touched by the tragedy of having a loved one take his or her own life. How can we help those left behind deal with the emotions and the questions which come in the aftermath of suicide? Why do people make this awful choice? Can a real believer do this? What are the indicators that a suicide attempt may be imminent and what can be done to help? Continue reading

Counseling after a Suicide

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

Many have been touched by the tragedy of having a loved one take his or her own life. How can we help those left behind deal with the emotions and the questions which come in the aftermath of suicide?  Why … Continue reading

Cutting to the Heart of Self-Injury

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

Cutting to the Heart of Self Injury

The teenage years can be traumatic times and many teens are presented with situations they are not equipped to handle. Self-injury is one method of dealing with indescribable pain and loneliness. It is their way to cope with or relieve painful or hard-to-express feelings. Continue reading

Suicide:”The Preventable Death”

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

What is Suicide? “A sense of hopelessness or inescapability, combined with a pattern of poor coping, a limited tolerance, and a flight from help coalesce in some manner to form suicidal intent.” – Jeffery S. Black Why Suicide? Suicidal intent … Continue reading

Suicide Prevention and Grieving a Suicide

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

BCC Staff Note: The following resources were originally posted at Pastor Paul Tautges’ Counseling One Another website. Paul has given us permission to bundle these resources together as part of our BCC Free Resource Library. SLAP DIRT Suicide Assessment What … Continue reading