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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Forensic Psychiatrist Dr. A. E. Daniel, MD

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Columbia, MO – Dr. A. E. Daniel is a top-notch, highly sought-after forensic psychiatrist for over forty years of experience with a significant amount of his work focused on prison populations.

“The inmates are continually at a potentially increased risk of taking their lives,” says Dr. Daniel. “With my exclusive perspective on correctional psychiatry and the psychology of suicide, I am committed to saving lives by increasing public and professional awareness, applying innovative approaches, along with vital recommendations that address, improve, and minimize the risk of suicide among incarcerated individuals.”

In a career spanning over four decades, Dr. Daniel’s dedicated research and advocacy work have earned him considerable recognition in the field of forensic psychiatry. Today, he has established himself as one of the world’s foremost experts on suicide prevention and intervention strategies. He is a known expert consultant in suicide related lawsuits in the US.

According to Dr. Daniel, suicide in jails and prisons are mostly preventable. He notes a variety of strategies should be considered. For instance, correctional officers and mental health professionals should be aware of the emotional and mental health needs of inmates.

Dr. Daniel’s knowledge and expertise inspired him to write his book Suicide in Jails and Prisons- Preventive and Legal Perspective A Guide For Correctional officers, Mental health staff, Experts and Attorneys.

‘My hope is to share my personal and professional knowledge and expertise on inmate self- injurious behaviors and how we can save their lives..” 

For more information, visit www.PrisonSuicideExpertWitness.com