9 edition of Suicide and the inner voice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-314) and indexes.
|Statement||Robert W. Firestone.|
|LC Classifications||RC569 .F57 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|ISBN 10||0761905545, 0761905553|
|LC Control Number||96051212|
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Henri Nouwen provides great insight into the spiritual dynamics of grief, loss, and coping with death in The Inner Voice of Love: A Journey Through Anguish to Freedom. For spiritual directors guiding grieving people and those experiencing various personal crises, Nouwen’s journal can be a great tool to open the directee to expressing what he. This book, as the first exploration of suicide in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS), illustrates the scarcity of suicide research in the discipline and argues that the leading cause of violent death worldwide is a multifaceted phenomenon that needs to be fully comprehended as a significant and often preventable form of world-wide violence.
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In my years of experience publishing books and articles, producing films and creating assessment scales on suicide, what has fascinated me the most is the consistent finding of the role of the destructive inner voice in suicide. This voice drives suicidal tendencies, deceptively convincing people that it is better to end their lives than to.
Suicide and the Inner Voice: Risk Assessment, Treatment, and Case Management: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Sections relating to assessment, treatment, and voice therapy methodology are especially helpful to practitioners interested in making progress in the treatment of at-risk individuals.
Addressing a somber and serious issue in todayÆs society, Suicide and the Inner Voice sheds light on the internal thought processes often involved in suicide. In the years since, we have come to recognize that in suicide cases throughout the world, one can identify the presence of a critical inner voice.
For example, Richard A. Heckler's book Waking Up. Suicide is a leading cause of death in our nation. What internal factors cause a person to end his or her life, and what are the familial and societal factors that may be making a destructive contribution.
The answers to both questions are at the heart of Suicide and the Inner Voice. Suicide and the Inner Voice. Risk Assessment, Treatment, and Case Management the book is built around the sound theoretical framework and psychotherapeutic method developed by Firestone and his colleagues.
This framework offers a unique perspective not only on suicide, but also on other self-destructive, potentially life-threatening.
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by Robert W. Firestone, Ph.D. In the United States, every 17 minutes a person acts on the resolve to terminate his or her existence.” Thus begins Robert W. Firestone’s exploration into the depths of the human problem of suicide.
His studies of negative thought processes led to the development of an innovative therapeutic methodology described in Voice Therapy, Suicide and the Inner Voice, Combating Destructive Thought Processes, Creating a Life of Meaning and Compassion: The Wisdom of Psychotherapy and Sex and Love in Intimate Relationships.
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The average frequency of inner speaking across those who took part in the research, at 23%, masks a huge range: from % – i.e. for some people, every time they were sampled they had some kind. Suicide and the inner voice: risk assessment, treatment, and case management. [Robert Firestone] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Firestone.
Find more information about: ISBN:. Firestone, R.W. The “inner voice” and suicide. Psychotherapy, 23(3), The “critical inner voice” refers to an internal system of hostile thoughts and attitudes, antithetical to the self and cynical toward others. It reaches its most dangerous and life-threatening expression in suicidal acting-out behavior.
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If you get the horrible lurch in your stomach, your inner voice is telling you ‘this is wrong’.” Perhaps It’s in Your Heart When I asked a Jessie Gardner ofa friend and colleague known for her acute sense of self-awareness where her inner voice resides, she said, “My heart for sure.
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Preface One of the first Western initiates of a Beas Master, Colonel Sanders wrote this succinct introduction to Sant Mat in Half a century later, the book still presents a concise, clear, and relevant overview of the path of Surat Shabd Yoga, the inner path of the Word. Particularly since it is a seminal introductory book, it was felt necessary to modernize the language so that .TELL SOMEBODY – Don't keep suicidal thoughts to yourself – it's not fair, it's not your fault – TELL SOMEBODY – it's more common than you think – If your inner voice or thoughts don't want you to talk about it talk about it – Lots of people have struggled with suicide and still do, it's not just you, you're not alone – you might feel like you're beyond help, but don't believe.As a former program director of a suicide prevention center, and later a book author on the subject, I showed Dr.
Firestone's award winning video The Inner Voice in Suicide to countless helpers and graduate students. It was simply a cut above everything else I could find on the topic. This book shares unique insights from the movie.