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A home, after all, is a place of rest and care Blair or a place of refuge and rest Sykes In view of this, the term seems incongruent with the client base. Although the majority of clients assigned to this label Arguably these people do have a home although societal standards may suggest that these people were homeless. For the client there is a feeling of safety and being cared for and about. A place to rest in an environment that they understand and in which they feel comfortable.
By the dictionary's definition, this constitutes a home. It is interesting to consider exactly who sees this group singles de new south wales cities by population being "homeless" - is it the client, the carer or the funding body? Jencks suggests that the role of mental illness and deinstitutionalisation of singles de new south wales cities by population mentally ill, unemployment, poverty, family breakdown, abuse of illegal and prescription drugs and the abuse of alcohol are the pathways to three distinct groups of homeless persons; 1.
The group Jenks appears to have neglected is the group who requires the safety of "skidrow" because of the tertiary nature of the interrelationships. It is difficult to classify any of these groups as being truly homeless.
It needs to be stated that the cohort of skidrow is only a small proportion of this marginalised group whom some theorists ShotterKearns et al. However it is advanced here that if this feeling of bewilderment does exist it should not be regarded as the prime reason for arriving on skidrow. The reason or reasons for their arrival on skidrow are much more complex than that. A review of client files MortonBrunt indicates that there is no one reason why people choose skidrow but rather a stratified group of reasons with a single feature that acts as a catalyst to make the client placeless.
The abuse of alcohol on skidrow is well documented in medical, psychological and sociological literature. The use of this substance is so entrenched that it has become part of the overall institution of skidrow. The association between alcohol consumption, alcohol abuse and suicidal behaviour has also been well documented since the turn of the century Mayfield The existence of this sub-culture and the link between it and suicide is supported in hospital separations and coronial post mortem data thus begging the question of whether the alcohol culture of skidrow is an individual long term suicide attempt.
The results of various studies, Jones et alMoore and Lenore concluded that there is high correlation of alcohol intoxication and alcohol abuse with suicidal behaviour. Suicide behaviour on skidrow globally does not seem to have been documented and it is doubtful if at any time it has been observed as a behaviour that needs to be understood from the client's perspective. Professional literature is voluminous, with papers examining suicide from a quantitative, objective perspective.
This method of investigation is commonly used in the examination of a pathology or disease.
Suicide is neither of these, it is a behaviour and should be studied as such. The subjective view of the suicidal individual appears to be largely neglected. It seems logical that if the true nature of suicide behaviour is ever going to be understood, a focus on the subjective views of the suicidal person is required.
In NSW there is no official data of completed suicides on skidrow. Ruzicha et alDudley et alHughes and Diekatra observed that the incidence of suicide in the greater community is grossly under- reported. Hudd b observed that the incidence of suicidal behaviour on skidrow is not only under-reported, information relating to it is absent and thus its extent and seriousness is unknown.
Although this is explained by each having different system on which to base their decision of suicide as the method of death, the plight of the researcher of suicide is rendered complex, frustrating and at times confusing. To further confound the problem of researching homelessness and suicide, singles de new south wales cities by population accurate data on homelessness is non-existent. In addition, there appears to be a gross inconsistency in the concept of the phenomenon in the professional literature and a lack of societal and professional attitude to the suicidal individual.
This has the effect of drawing a curtain of ignorance over the subject by regarding it as a taboo on moral grounds. It is interesting to note that the concept of suicide has only relatively recently been acknowledged. In tribal society the phenomenon was not known. This was partly due to the sense of tribe and one's position within the tribe to ensure its survival.
Only redundant members took their life because they could no longer be of service or of any useful purpose to their society. In short they had become a liability that the tribe could not afford and with the blessing of the tribe they dispatched themselves to their ancestors. These included the very sick, mentally impaired if they weren't seen as a god or prophetthe elderly and those individuals who could not reproduce.
It seems appropriate to question whether the collection of such information would in fact serve any relevant purpose. For each person acting suicidally, and for each person completing the act of suicide, there is a unique group of reasons that has brought them to that decision. It would be both morally and economically more appropriate to examine suicide prior to death, given that counselling and treatment of a corpse would be of no use to their suicidal behaviour. Inthe author of this paper studied suicidal behaviour on skidrow and the following information was observed Hudd b.
That is, at some time previously they had had thoughts of seriously harming or killing themselves. The frequency of these ideations were: Single people surveyed were over represented, Marital status of respondents Married Relationship Divorced Widowed Never married A cross tabulation was conducted revealing an Alpha of 0. Of those who disclosed suicidal behaviour, Of the total sample Data gleaned from Sydney City Mission which had been collected from all the inner city hostels managed by the Mission indicated that 5. Note singles de new south wales cities by population be made of the large proportion of Aboriginals sampled in the Hudd study and the extremely large sub-sample who identify themselves as behaving suicidally.
Note should also be made that the act of suicide is virtually unknown in Australian Aboriginal society Radford et al The mean age of the sample was The mean age of those who behaved suicidally was Sydney City Mission data indicates the same cohort over time has a mean age of 40 years SD Distribution of age singles de new south wales cities by population Of the sample surveyed, Interestingly, in a review of coronial files of suicide deaths in Eastern Sydney betweena total of This suggests there are three distinct groups of individuals on the suicidal continuum.
They are; 1. Those who have not disclosed suicidal behaviour, 2.
Those who only self harm attempt suicide3. Those who only ideate about self harm. These groups sometimes overlap to produce a further 3 distinct groups. Individuals who both ideate and attempt suicide, 2.
Individuals who impulsively attempt suicide, and 3. Individuals who complete the act of suicide by death. Suicidal behaviour expressed over time shows a multimodal picture peaking at weeks, months and years. The troughs of the picture are at days, weeks and then at 6 years. The most popular form of attempting suicide was by jumping from a height, then prescription drug overdose , and then hanging Fig 3. Of those who did not attempt to suicide but ideated only, They are single, have never married, and are abusers alcohol.
The majority would choose jumping from a height, drug overdose or hangii as their favoured method of attempt and often a combination of these are seen together. They most likely would not have been diagnosed as having a mental dison with the exception of their alcohol abuse and would have both ideated about and attempted suicide previously. The majority would not have made recent gestures and most would not seek help fo their behaviour and thoughts.
Of the group that seeks r. For the majority of individuals who behave suicidally there does not seem to be easj access to mental health professionals, including appropriately trained counsellors, if individual does not have a mental disorder. It is doubtful if individuals who are troubled by their suicidal behaviour would, or emotionally could, make an appointment to see a mental health professional for help 41 It is not uncommon to hear anecdotal remarks that after having been to an appointment with a mental health professional the experience was disappointing because the professional did not understand the suicidal person and their behaviour.
Suicide behaviour is not stable. For some it appears, then disappears as quickly, only to reappear when it is least expected. When this group is asked about their suicidal behaviour in times of its absence, it is not uncommon for them not to remember ever feeling suicidal. For others, the experience has an enduring nature and they can remember behaving suicidally years after the experience Goldney In both global and Australian terms, suicide is a rare event and the actual occasions of completed suicide is an unknown value. Little if anything is known about the purposeful drug overdose , motor vehicle accident, fire arm accident or swimming accident where the case is determined by the coroner as being an accidental, undetermined or open.
These factors make the study of the subject complex and frustrating. Added to this, there is no one place or a group of places where a suicidal person can go and receive informed quality care. Certainly there is no place or journal devoted to the dissemination of Australian suicidal literature. It is the view of this paper that more interactive research needs to be undertaken with suicidal individuals by trained and experienced researchers.
Detailed profile of ideators and attempters needs to be documented and more research needs to be undertaken on Australian conditions in regard to the psychological autopsy. The object of this is to get a clearer picture of a person who dies by suicide prior to their death. These findings then need to be published in a journal devoted to Australian-focused articles.
It cannot be emphasised strongly enough that these research projects need to be undertaken by trained, experienced researchers. The issue of suicide prevention is widely debated and discussed. To date nothing has been found that could withstand the rigours of an empirical investigation to show that any particular programme actually reduced the incidence of suicide, with the exception of the removal of the means of suicide which has only a modest effect.
This suggests that suicide is not preventable Morgan The majority of individuals who choose to die by their own hand will ultimately do just that and nothing will be able to prevent it Wilkinson singles de new south wales cities by population, Hudd a. This does not mean that all people who ideate about or attempt suicide are intent on dying, in fact most people who behave suicidally are ambivalent about dying. They want to end the emotional pain they are feeling not necessarily to die. In this case the best that mental health professionals can hope to do is to stabilise the suicide rate by the delivery of a better and more improved access to counselling and treatment of the suicidal individual by suitably trained and informed staff.
It is not appropriate that these clients be labelled as having psychiatric problems, as the staff employed by the Sydney City Mission are trained in diagnostic techniques. However, what is evident to the staff is singles de new south wales cities by population these clients have shown some extremes of behaviour outside what is considered a norms! Further research is required to draw attention to the specific issues faced by people who display extremes of behaviour or who have diagnosed mental health problems.
The report prepared on mental illness by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission inattempted address the issues of homelessness and the mentally B but this work was that it tended to be based on impressions of expert witnesses without the necessary statistical evidence to support these impressions. The report gave insight into some of the issues, but it does not examine the issues in the depth required to develop the necessary legislative responses to benefit the mentally ill homeless. Often the evidence that was produced was based on limited samples, if they were samples at all.