Personal debt is one of many factors associated with anxiety, depression and suicidality. The aim of this instrumental case study was to explore the phenomena of suicidal attempt due to debt followed by counseling for clients in Dhanvantri Critical Care Center at Erode. Out of three cases, two were males and one was female. The cases were between 35 & 55 years of age. In this case study commonly used counseling techniques were ventilation, catharsis and silence. Two cases shared their perception, whereas one case had resistance. Only one client visited next review session.
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Sampoornam. W. Instrumental Case Study to prospect Suicidal attempt by virtue of debt besides subsequent counseling among clients in Dhanvantri Critical Care Center at Erode. Asian J. Nursing Education and Research. 2020; 10(4):457-458. doi: 10.5958/2349-2996.2020.00097.X
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