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Understanding Suicide: Exposing the World of Pain Within the Suicide Box Paperback – 30 Jun 2015
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About the Author
Anthony E. Walsh is a retired member of the Irish Prison Service, where he focused on staff welfare and prisoner rehabilitation. He has worked and studies on suicide issues, working closely with families bereaved by suicide. He holds an honours degree in Psychology, a BA in social Studies, as well as qualifications in suicide studies, therapeutic group facilitation and counselling. He is also Managing Director of NM Proactive Solutions Ltd. a training and education company that develops proactive social programmes for schools, businesses and organisations. Lucy Costigan is an author from Wexford. for over a decade Lucy worked as a counsellor in private practice. Other books include Strongest Genius: The Stained glass of Harry Clarke, with Michael Cullen (2010) and Glenveagh Mystery: The Life, Work and Disappearance of Arthur Kingsley Porter (2012), Lucy currently works in social care.
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13 August 2015
I have just finished the book, "Understanding Suicide". What a challenge for change by society. If only people could imagine your sense of the New Perspective, all would surely jump to implement it. What a brilliant foresight. Magnificent in thought and content. Please God it will touch hearts that can effect change for the betterment of all of society. It pleased me that you highlighted the exclusion of those on the periphery of communities at the peril of losing their valuable input. Well done.