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Do it yourself: Suicide prevention has gone autonomous

No joke! International Suicide Prevention has created the first self-help for the depressed, those suffering from anxiety, P.T.S.D. and suicidal ideation.  The help is offered for free, online, is quick, a permanent fix and those doing the NEW procedures stay anonymous!



A new break through, and approach, to addressing the actual cause of dissociative disorders is making big changes in helping those that would normally not seek help until it is too late!


Taking advantage of a naturally occurring phenomena that detaches emotions from experiential memories research has shown that we can now target specific and troublesome memories and desensitize them. 


Memories have a hierarchy influencing our decision making process while seeking out pleasure, and avoiding pain.  The determining factor in what makes the memory ranking system work is the intensity level of an emotion at the time of an experience.




Once a memory is identified as being the starting point of a dissociative disorder a client can do a self-help procedure that is very simple, taking no more than five minutes, and reduce the intensity level to zero. 


 

Two procedures EMR and 4 Phase are available online at International Suicide Prevention http://www.supportisp.org .  EMR is now in 10 languages.



 


 

These new do it yourself, self-help procedures are endorsed by mental health professionals.



You can only judge things in life by one thing and that is the results.

 Statistics and demographics of visitors to ISP 20 month period


Media contact information:
Matthew D. Dovel
President, International Suicide Prevention
LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/suicidepreventionexpert
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., #301
Las Vegas, NV 89104
702 743 4340
president@supportisp.org
http://www.supportisp.org

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