Dr. Samra has developed a number of evidence-based treatment manuals and clinical resources for clients, families and clinicians, available for free download below (by clicking on either the image or the title).
A self-care manual authored by scientist-practitioners with expertise in issues relating to coping with health conditions. This manual is designed for individuals who deal with health conditions, including patients, physicians, psychologists, nurses, rehabilitation professionals and researchers.
Coping with Suicidal Thoughts: A Resource for Patients
Coping with Suicidal Thoughts is intended for individuals who are currently experiencing suicidal ideation and/or have had a plan or made an attempt to hurt themselves. The document is designed to offer resources, information, support, and practical steps to help cope with suicidality.
Hope and Healing: A Practical Guide for Survivors of Suicide
Hope and Healing: A Practical Guide for Survivors of Suicide, is a guide that focuses on the practical matters that survivors need to deal with after a loved one has died by suicide.
Working with the Suicidal Patient: A Guide for Health Care Professionals
Working with the Suicidal Patient: A Guide for Health Care Professionals, is a useful tool for assessment and management of suicidality for providers without a mental health background, including those that may be working in an acute care/emergency setting.
Working With the Client Who is Suicidal: A Tool for Adult Mental Health and Addiction Services
Working With the Client Who is Suicidal: A Tool for Adult Mental Health and Addiction Services provides an overview of recommended practices in assessing and treating suicidal behaviour in adults.
Family Physician Guide for Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Early Psychosis, and Substance Use Disorders
Guidelines and publications have been developed by many groups and organizations relevant to depression, anxiety disorders, early psychosis, and substance use disorders. However, the existing documents have been issued through a wide variety of sources and consequently it is difficult for clinicians to have a clear, easily accessible source of information that addresses these areas of clinical care.