Suicidal Thoughts

If you are currently experiencing suicidal thoughts, call 1-800-273-8255 or 911 for help.

Suicidal thoughts, also known as suicidal ideation, means thinking about or planning suicide. Suicidal thoughts are typically in response to feeling that there is no solution to current problem or no end in sight to current pain. Suicidal thoughts are common – many people experience them at some point. However, these thoughts are temporary and passing in nature. If you are having recurrent suicidal thoughts, it likely won’t get better on its own. It’s important to remember that suicide is preventable. Even the most chronic suicidal thoughts and feelings can be resolved with time and support. Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s suicidal thoughts experts today. If you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself, call 1-800-273-8255 or 911 for help.

Meet the specialists

I have specialized in working with severe depression and suicidal ideation for the last 5 years. I work with individuals as well as do group DBT therapy to address these challenges. I have an intensive treatment program that I offer that provides you the flexibility of attending counseling individually and/or in group up to 4 times per week or adjusted down to whatever your particular needs are. My goal is to help keep you stable and do what we can to prevent you from ever needing in patient care.

— Amanda Woodard, Licensed Professional Counselor in Centennial, CO
 

Through my work with Didi Hirsch’s Suicide Prevention Center, I lead groups for Survivors of Suicide Attempts and provide training in suicide prevention. I can promise you a safe and non-judgmental space to discuss thoughts of suicide, prior suicide attempts, and losing a loved one to suicide.

— Kelli Collins, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Angeles, CA