The Power to Prevent Suicide A Guide for Teens Helping Teens by Richard Nelson, Judith Galas
  

Synopsis

The Power to Prevent Suicide A Guide for Teens Helping Teens by Richard Nelson, Judith Galas

This practical book also explores the reasons why someone may want to take their own life, offers advice on the warning signs, explains when and how to seek help, and encourages teens to get their schools and local communities involved in suicide awareness and prevention. An intelligent and insightful volume, it acknowledges that teenagers do recognise when someone is deeply troubled, and care enough to reach out and help.

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An excellent, practical manual -School Library Journal

About the Author

Richard Nelson has given more than 1,200 workshops and seminars on suicide prevention. He has been a high school teacher and principal and is now an associate professor of counselling psychology. Judith Galas is a teacher, former freelance journalist and author of a number of books for young adults.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Richard Nelson, Judith Galas
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Publisher

Free Spirit Publishing Inc.,U.S.

Publication date

18th January 2007

ISBN

9781575422060


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