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Suicide Prevention Study: Nu-Rekall Procedures

Experimental treatments for suicidal ideation study

First published 11/3/2016

Study: testing the results of experimental procedures (treatments), and methods of Nu-Rekall.
2006 February - July
Pool of 500 volunteers
Ages 5 to 95
Equal Gender

Requirements for inclusion:
1. Experiencing suicidal ideation
2. Agree to do the procedures as prescribed
3. Agree to followup call backs: 1 wk., 1 mo., 6 mo.
4. Age requirement: 5 and older.

Testing:
Year 2006 - Month February  March  April  May  June   July
 





Male303540455050
Female303540455050
Total monthly callers surveyed 60708090100100
Questions:





Hierarchy change 10 min. ( - )  2-32-32-32-32-32-3
1 wk. Re-occurrences000000
Hierarchy current (below 4?)yesyesyesyesyesyes
1 mo. Re-occurrences000000
Hierarchy current (below 4?)yesyesyesyesyesyes
6 mo. Re-occurrences000000
Hierarchy current (below 4?)yesyesyesyesyesyes   

Purpose of the testing was to show any variations in results and/or any consistencies.

  1. It was determined that age, and gender were irrelevant to the outcome.
  2. It was also determined that there were no re-occurrence in the targeted segment of 'Memory Trauma' treated after six months.
  3. All test subjects experienced an immediate hierarchical decrease of between 2 to 3 degrees on a scale of between 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest level of intensity.
  4. After one week all surveyed expressed a zero to three hierarchy in the targeted segment of 'Memory Trauma' treated with Nu-Rekall, and the preceding 5 months.
Conclusion:
This study confirms the findings of Sigmund Freud that we make our decisions based on our desire to seek out pleasure, and avoid pain.  Mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., phobias, unwanted coping mechanisms, and suicidal ideation are a learned response to a situation and or circumstance that have not processed, and are not part of our primary needs.  Once the targeted segment 'Memory Trauma' is treated by changing its hierarchy new behavior is then created.

Nu-Rekall treatments have been proven to quickly adjust targeted segmented 'Memory Trauma', and is in use today at International Suicide Prevention http://www.supportisp.org

Two of the Nu-Rekall procedures have been adapted into self-help (in 10 languages), and are available online to bypass the stigma associated with having suicidal ideation.

Training and Certification:
The training of mental health procedures in these new treatments of Nu-Rekall are available globally.
Certification in Nu-Rekall

Contact information:
Matthew D. Dovel
President, International Suicide Prevention
1736 E. Charleston Blvd., 301
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 U.S.A.
702 743 4340
president@supportisp.org
http://www.supportisp.org
http://www.nu-rekall.com


 






























































































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