The carefully selected chapters in this volume provide food for thought to practitioners, researchers, students and all those who come into contact with the tragedy of suicide, with the hope of stimulating new ideas and interventions in the difficult fight against suicidal behaviours.
This is the second book based on the Intuition, Imagination and Innovation – TRIPLE i in Suicidology international conferences, which are organised annually by the Slovene Center for Suicide Research in memory of the late Prof. Andrej Marušic with the aim of promoting intuition, imagination and innovation in the research and prevention of suicide and suicidal behaviour.
In five parts, the internationally renowned team of authors summarises the research looking at:
From the reviews
This is an extremely worthwhile contribution to the field and comes at a most opportune time. Clinicians, researchers, and students will benefit from the rich material and thought-provoking discussions. Those in the mental health professions, psychologists, and psychiatrists will benefit the most from the wealth of knowledge in this book.
The rising rates of suicide across the general population as well as within the ranks of the military and first responders is cause for concern. This book examines suicide risk across various groups, including understanding the role the community plays, and presents worthwhile discussions about models for understanding suicide. All of the authors are experts and well regarded in their respective fields."
Nicholas Greco IV, MS, BCETS, CATSM, FAAETS in Doody's Reviews, May 2020
“[The book] presents up-to-date and original knowledge about specific at-risk groups, and treatment and prevention strategies. [A]uthored by world-leading experts, the book offers food for thought on how to better understand and prevent suicide. It will be of interest for researchers, students and clinicians working in the field of suicide prevention.”
Karl Andriessen, PhD, Centre for Mental Health School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne, Australia, in the IASP Newsletter, March 2020