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Grow Therapy Releases 2023 Suicide Prevention and Awareness Report

The national survey of Grow Therapy’s Provider Partners reveals trends therapists are seeing among their patients and insights into the challenges and benefits of running a private practice.

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Updated on May 21, 2024

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This report presents the findings of a national survey conducted among Grow Therapy’s Provider Partners, consisting of therapists and prescribers. The 2023 survey garnered responses from licensed therapists across various states, each with unique license types, specialties, and years of experience. The primary objective of the survey was to gain valuable insights into the clinical experiences, observations, and treatment beliefs of therapists and prescribers concerning suicide risk.

Key findings from the report:

The results underscores therapists and prescribers’ pivotal role in detecting and addressing warning signs, while also highlighting effective suicide prevention strategies and evidence-based treatments. Cultural and demographic factors’ influence on suicide risk is significant, urging society to collectively confront the ongoing stigma associated with mental health and mental illness. It is evident that effective suicide prevention necessitates a multifaceted approach grounded in collaboration, education, and support. By tapping into providers’ expertise and embracing their diversity, we hold the capacity to reshape the landscape of mental health, embarking on a journey toward a future where each person feels acknowledged, understood, and equipped with the resources to make life-affirming choices. 


The results of this report are from a national survey of Grow Therapy’s Provider Partners conducted from July 17 – August 10, 2023, 2023.  There were 57 responses from therapists in different states, specialties and years of experience. Some of the license types included in the study are Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor,Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Master of Social Work, Doctor of Psychology, Family Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Nursing Practice.

 For more information about the study, please contact our media partners:

Jackie Quintana / / 480-606-8180

Jennifer Avrhami / / 602-339-7800


Frequently Asked Questions

This article is not meant to be a replacement for medical advice. We recommend speaking with a therapist for personalized information about your mental health. If you don’t currently have a therapist, we can connect you with one who can offer support and address any questions or concerns. If you or your child is experiencing a medical emergency, is considering harming themselves or others, or is otherwise in imminent danger, you should dial 9-1-1 and/or go to the nearest emergency room.

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