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Suicide Prevention Mind Science: Live on Global Network WBTVN.TV

Live on global network WBTVN.TV Choices finding your joy with Paula Vail - Nu-Rekall® mind science technologies has cracked the mental illness code.

New treatments available for suicide prevention through Nu-Rekall® mind science technologies - cognitive neuropsychology cognition treatment-inducing plasticity creating spontaneous remission in: depression, anxiety, phobias, manic, bipolar, P.T.S.D. and suicidal ideation.

Aired on September 23, 2017 - 3pm (cst) U.S.A. Paula Vail show 'Finding your Joy!'

  • Matthew D. Dovel, President and Founder of International Suicide Prevention (non profit)
  • Editorial Board Member of the 'Journal for Cognitive Neuropsychology'
  • Editorial Board Member of the 'International Journal of Emergency Mental Health'
  • Scientist in Human Behavioral Modification 
  • Dedicating my life’s work to understanding and preventing suicide, educational services to reduce suicide rates, providing post-suicide support for families and providing tested evidence based solutions for; depression, anxiety, phobias, manic, bipolar, P.T.S.D., and suicidal ideation.
In 2005, Dovel delivered Suicide Intervention training at the Cree Reservation in Oujé-Bougoumou, Canada and the 4 Phase technique reduced suicides from 1 non-fatal attempt per and 1 fatal outcome per month to 1 non-fatal attempt per month and ZERO fatal outcomes in the subsequent six months.

    News Clips of Advanced Mind Science Technologies - News interviews with Mr. Dovel on suicide prevention treatments:

      About Nu-Rekall®

      Advanced Nu-Rekall® past-memory cognitive hierarchical override system that triggers spontaneous remission in mental disorders. Training, lectures, interviews, certifications, and workshops are now available in limited quantities.
      Nu-Rekall® became a registered trademark brand name and new system for treating mental disorders on July 18, 2017.

      Contact information:
      Matthew D. Dovel
      +1 702 743 4340 U.S.A.

      Reference articles:

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