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NEW Self-help for depression, anxiety and/or suicidal thoughts (4 Phase)

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We believe that mental health associated with depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal thoughts is temporary! 
We believe if you follow the instructions on this page you will get relief from intense emotional suffering.... 

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Depressive disorders are a significant public health issue effecting 350,000,000 people worldwide, about 1/5 of the world population (WHO).

Do it yourself suicide prevention

Procedure 4 Phase

Press Release - Las Vegas, Nevada September 10, 2014

by Matthew D. Dovel
President of
International Suicide Prevention

Copyrighted 2014

Part 1 of 3 - Preface

Client (or yourself), complains of being depressed, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts.

Ask this question of client, or yourself, “How long have you (I), been depressed, anxious, and/or suicidal?” (Pin point when depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts started; Days, weeks, or years).

Then ask, “What occurred at the time this depression, anxiety and/or suicidal thoughts started?” (There is always an event that was at the onset of depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts which will be outside of the client’s usual scope of experiences: Rape, incest, murder, death, domestic violence, assault, etc.).

If the client cannot remember, or will not look at what had taken place when the depression anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts first occurred, than this is a matter for a mental health professional.

Event – (It is not necessary to have the client tell you the details of a traumatic experience! It is only important that the client (or you) knows what the event was that started the depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts, and that they are willing to look at it themselves for this procedure.)


Part 2 of 3 – Testing the results of 4 Phase.

As 4 Phase will cause targeted amnesia it is VERY important to fill out this brief questionnaire to determine the effectiveness of 4 Phase has one you.


  1. Briefly state with 3 words or less the event that occurred at the onset of the depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts: _____________________________________________. 
  2. What has been the intensity level of the emotions attached to the experience in question #1: (1 to 10) 1 being lowest level, 10 being highest: ___________. 
  3. How often does this event from question #1 cross your mind? Circle one:   All the time   Hourly   Daily   Weekly    Other ______ 
  4. After experiencing relief make a donation to pay this forward.

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Do not answer the following questions at this time. Just right them down for when you evaluate the results in one week.

  • Since taking the (4 Phase) procedure one week ago how often has the experience you worked on in question #1 crossed your mind? ___________________. 
  • What now is your emotional intensity when you think about the experience you worked on in question #1 above? (1-10) _________.
  • Based on the results you’ve just seen in your own words would you pay this forward by making a donation for others to experience the same relief you now have? We do not have any paid employee's. Donations go to share this information with others through printed materials, internet advertising and phone services.  All donations are tax deductible, thank you:  International Suicide Prevention
Now, place these questions in a sealed envelope with the date on the outside of one week from today.
The 4 Phase procedure is addressing the cause of depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., and suicidal thoughts. 4 Phase is FREE, without STIGMA.
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Part 3 of 3 - 4 Phase

Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge!" 

Knowledge is limited to what we know and the Imagination is unlimited!

Do it yourself...

This is 4 Phase – The targeted event has three components (sensory memories: sight, sound, taste, smell, feel), the emotions attached to it the experience and the intensity level.  While using the imagination (fantasy), change the facts in the events in the targeted experience, one at a time. This will release the bonding (intensity), between facts and the attached emotions to the experience.  

Again, client and/or self, close eyes, and see the event take place in the mind’s eye four times, from start to finish. With each concurrent viewing change one fact about the event using the imagination.


Feel: If it was sunny and hot, make it raining and cold.
See: If there were other people present change their facial features: man to woman, or you could change the head on someone to look like Bugs Bunny’s.
Sound: Change the sounds of the voices from high pitch to low, or fast to slow, or in reverse.
Taste: Eating at the time? Change the food to something you like to eat.
Smell: Not a pleasant smell at the time? Imagine a pleasant smell.

Use your imagination to create your own scenarios, have fun, and play with this procedure. 

  • The condensed version of 4 Phase: Change 4 facts about any event, using your imagination, that is causing intense emotional suffering, concurrently, either by what you saw, smelled, tasted, or heard.
It is only necessary to change 4 aspects of the event you're working on for the desired effect, removing the cause of depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts.

Remember that depression is not a disease! Depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts are a result, symptom of having experienced an emotionally compromising event.

The components of a targeted memory: Read more

Visit International Suicide Prevention to learn more about this procedure and others for addressing depression, anxiety, and/or suicidal thoughts.

Translations: 4 Phase in other languages

Questions? Comments? Please contact:
Matthew D. Dovel
President of International Suicide Prevention
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., #301
Las Vegas, NV 89104
702 743 4340



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