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Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy:

The Psychobiology of Suicide ©2012

"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of
the overcoming of it."                                              


By Randi J. Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC

Here is a new set of tools, if only we are willing to learn them
for the sake of our family, our friends, and ourselves
to save a life.

 

 

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The FREE information you need to form your own  JSP3©!!

Also read Randi’s chapter:

             “Military Suicidality and Principles

                          to Consider in Prevention”

War Trauma & Its Wake: Expanding

the Circle of Healing
Eds. Raymond Scurfield & Katherine Platoni
2012. NY,NY:Routledge

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Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy: The Psychobiology of Suicide ©2012

"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of
the overcoming of it."                                              


By Randi J. Jensen, MA, LMHC, CCDC

Here is a new set of tools, if only we are willing to learn them
for the sake of our family, our friends, and ourselves,
to save a life.

 

 

 

In this compelling and thoughtfully composed narrative, therapist Randi J. Jensen gives us a new and

powerful way of thinking about chronic suicidality and the stigma that keeps this tragic phenomenon in the

shadows.

 

With her own personal journey woven through an explanation of brain chemistry, neural pathways, case

studies, she offers us the JSP3©, a new and very effective suicide prevention protocol.

 

Randi gives us a refreshing and inspired look at how we can bring suicidal individuals into the light.

 

Comments on Just Because You're Suicidal Doesn't Mean You're Crazy: The Psychobiology of Suicide ©2012

“This is one of the most relevant books I have read about the topic. It touches on so many things that others have not before, certainly the neurobiology of suicide which is so important and can explain so much. It is obvious what is known in the addictions field is a gift to so many other maladies – a great job bringing the knowledge and aspects of recovery to those who are suicidal. Most importantly, Randi lets others know they don’t have to suicide, there is hope and a way out. It will be a wonderful piece for the suicidal person, the family and friends, and the professional.” – Claudia Black, author of Changing Course: Healing from Loss, Abandonment, and Fear; Repeat after Me; It Will Never Happen to Me.

 

 

“With eloquence, compassion and a big dose of brain chemistry, Randi Jensen’s book provides a rich tapestry of information and support for those struggling to understand suicide. This is possibly the most useful self-help book ever – where else can one learn how to stay alive and help someone else stay alive? A must read for clinicians, family and friends.” – Terry Courtney, MPH, LAc, former Dean, School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bastyr Univ.

“The formula of the Jensen Suicide Prevention Peer Protocol© (JSP3©©) will save the lives of our Veterans! Finally you will understand what is happening in your brain and will move forward on a plan that works.” Rod Wittmier, founder - National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide

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The Jensen Suicide Peer Prevention Protocol - JSP3© - for Battle Buddies.

 

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The Jensen Suicide Peer Prevention Protocol - JSP3©.

 

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Important note: Information on this website is not meant to take the place of medical or psychiatric attention for the suicidal individual. Proper psychological evaluation and treatment should be pursued as soon as possible in each case dealing with life-threatening ideation and/or behavior.

Here what others are saying about Randi’s book!

Claudia Black, PhD, renowned author on addiction and codependency -

“This is one of the most relevant books I have read about the topic. It touches on so many things that others have not before, certainly the neurobiology of suicide which is so important and can explain so much. It is obvious that what is known in the addictions field is a gift to so many other maladies - a great job bringing the knowledge and aspects of recovery into those who are suicidal. Most importantly, Randi lets others know they don’t have to suicide, there is hope and a way out.  It will be a wonderful piece for the suicidal person, the family and friends, and the professional.” 

 

Suicidologist Rick Matteson, founder of Contextual-Conceptual Therapy, LLC

“I have Randi to blame for not getting much sleep! I started reading this book and couldn't stop - a great read - flows naturally and easily. The JSP3 group support makes perfect sense.  It offers people in need a great service.”

 

Lisa Newburger, LICSW, founder of Discuss Directives, LLC. - 

“You grabbed my attention from the very beginning. This book definitely touched my heart. Randi really paints a picture with words that bring this to life, not in a depressing manner, but in a way that inspires the reader. This book gives hope. Randi was able to turn this around. That means that others can save their own lives as well. How neural pathways are created with repetition - looking at suicide as a neurological issue vs. mental health is very helpful. The whole issue of am I crazy?, addresses that. You aren't crazy when there is science behind behavior.  Randi is a survivor. It takes tremendous guts not just to survive, but to find ways to help others.” 

 

John H. Carver, MSgt, USAF (Ret) -

“As a retired military member and educator, I know the critical nature of knowledge in combating suicidality.  This book brings a personal narrative to the many challenges everyone faces at one time or another in their lives.  The knowledge this book brings can save yourself or someone you love.  Suicide has been on the rise across our society for many years, but the education this book brings could help change that.  It dispels myths and helps us understand the personal, psychological, and biochemical challenges millions of Americans face in their daily lives.”

 

Terry Courtney, MPH, L.Ac., former dean, School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bastyr University -

"With eloquence, compassion and a big dose of brain chemistry, Randi Jensen’s book provides a rich tapestry of information and support for those struggling to understand suicide. This is possibly the most useful self-help book ever - where else can one learn how to stay alive and help someone else stay alive? A must read for clinicians, family and friends."     

 

D.S., Veteran USMC -

“This book is minefields of hope.” 

 

Rod Wittmier, founder - National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide -“Our Veterans and their families need to read this amazing book, filled with stories that will create a new understanding and way of being.  - ask for help and problem solve which is exactly what works for our Veterans. She makes it clear, fun and establishes hope. The formula of the Jensen Suicide Prevention Peer Protocol© (JSP3©) will save the lives of our Veterans! Finally you will understand what is happening in your brain and will move forward on a plan that works.”