Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

New Zealanders Talk About Suicide

Book - 2001
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"Those who have been affected by suicide talk about their experiences ... survivors of suicide attempts, alongside those who have lost children, partners, parents and friends talk about how they have coped with their trauma ... a range of professionals who deal with the consequences of suicide relate their experiences, including a psychologist, counsellor, doctor, policeman, coroner and an accident and emergency nurse"--Back cover.
Publisher: Nelson, N.Z. : Craig Potton Pub., c2001.
Branch Call Number: 362.28 BRE
Characteristics: 164 p. ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Moir, Lorraine
Notes: Include bibliographical references (p. 164).


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