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This Forensic Psychology blog has contributions from staff, students and associates of the Centre for Forensic and Family Psychology (CFFP) at the University of Nottingham. We hope it is a helpful resource for anyone interested in Forensic Psychology!
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Male suicide and barriers to seeking help – thoughts from a Forensic Psychologist
May 15, 2018
Suicide is the leading cause of death for males under age 50 in the UK. Understanding and reducing this risk is a core concern for forensic psychology. I recently heard on the news that as many as 84 men take their own lives every week in the UK. This perhaps should not have been surprising …