Robert Preidt reports on the U.S. News and World Report website about new research conducted in Denmark about the link between psychotherapy and reduction of suicide risk. In the study, patients who underwent psychotherapy after they attempted suicide were 27 percent less likely to attempt suicide one year later as compared to patients who did not receive any treatment after their suicide attempt. Patients who received psychotherapy were 38 percent less likely to die of any cause than were patients who did not receive any treatment. At five year follow-up, individuals in the psychotherapy group had 26 percent fewer suicides. To read articles such as these, click here.