Suicide: Four Protective Factors – Jane G. Tillman, PhD, at the Austen Riggs Center Centennial Conference



This video series is taken from our Centennial Conference and features excerpts from many of the presentations – check back often or bookmark the Riggs Blog to see new videos.  

“At Riggs, in our Therapeutic Community Program, and in individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy, we emphasize the importance of relationships, connection, responsibility for oneself in connection to others, and engage the crucial cycle of rupture and repair that may over time create the conditions for increased resilience and reasons for living,” states Dr. Tillman.  

View more of Dr. Tillman’s remarks from her presentation, including the topics outlined below.  

  • Suicide in the United States: Framing the Problem 

  • Developing Resilience and Reasons for Living: Research Findings from Riggs 

Jane G. Tillman, PhD, is the Evelyn Stefansson Nef Director of the Erikson Institute for Education and Research at the Austen Riggs Center.  


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