Austen Riggs Center’s Centennial Conference Featured in Psychiatric News – Part 3
Psychiatric News Senior Reporter Mark Moran attended the recent Austen Riggs Center Centennial Conference and has authored three pieces related to the conference in their October 18 issue.
Below is a link to the third piece.
“Relationships, resilience, and reasons for living—those are key variables protective against suicide, said Jane Tillman, Ph.D., director of the Erikson Institute for Education and Research at Austen Riggs Center.
Speaking at a conference celebrating the 100th anniversary of Austen Riggs, Tillman said there is also, however, a public policy dimension to the suicide epidemic, and she added a fourth protective ‘R’—restriction of access to lethal means, especially firearms.” Read more.