Model help for mother of suicidal daughter

I am working with a client who has a daughter currently in and out of psychiatric hospitals with suicide attempts. She is having a hard time finding space to process – she is divorced and has 3 other younger children and generally describes her life as ‘too busy.’ She is especially concerned about letting her suicidal daughter cry because she does not want her daughter to feel that she is burdening her in any way. We put together a model and this is what we got:
C: Daughter says ‘I don’t want to live.’
T: I can’t let her see me said
F: Hopeless
A: Avoiding processing emotion, running through days at high speed, not exercising, not sleeping, not eating to fuel myself
R: Exhaustion, tension in body, constant anxiety if daughter will harm herself.

I’m not sure if I’ve put this together correctly, but this is what we came up with. When we finished, I didn’t know what to say. I don’t think it’s appropriate to take her to an intentional model as she’s still in the thick of crisis. This is unfamiliar territory as I’ve not coached a client around a suicidal family member and I don’t know what the ‘accepted’ or ‘recommended’ way to interact with a suicidal family member should be. The client is well-connected with social services and is also seeing a therapist, and I want to be helpful in my coaching with her. I felt like simply showing her her thinking was partly useful, but then what? Thank you.