The Cruelest Death: The Enigma of Adolescent Suicide
In this book, eminent suicidologist David Lester examines what we currently know about adolescent suicide and what we can do to prevent it, providing information useful to theory, research, practice and intervention. Through case studies and a detailed review of the literature, Lester opens the doors to understanding this tragedy and gives us the knowledge necessary for successful intervention.
This important book provides clinicians, crisis workers and parents with new insight that will enable them to initiate successful prevention strategies, on both a professional level and at home, and to have a reasonable chance to reverse this tragic trend.
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