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Living Ideation and the philosophical shift about suicide intervention are not just for clinically trained people. All of us feel the complexities of joy, despair, fear, and love. Therefore, it doesn't take a mental health professional to engage in the balancing act of mental health. We are all relatives, loved ones, friends, and colleagues to others. We can begin to intentionally connect with others in our lives in ways that bolster mental health and balance. Ideally, the concepts and approaches of Living Ideation would represent a return to cultural connectedness within our homes, schools, professions, and communities.
This book is not just for clinically trained professionals who work with at-risk patients. Living Ideation is appropriate for parents, caregivers, educators, and professionals.