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May 3, 2012 - 97.3 KIRO FM Radio Interview w/ host Linda Thomas & the CCT Team

SUICIDE: THE SPLIT BETWEEN SELF and REALITY
By Linda Thomas | Seattle's Morning News | 97.3 KIRO FM

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Junior Seau's apparent suicide stunned sports fans and former teammates who recalled the former NFL star's ferocious tackles and habit of calling everyone around him "Buddy."

It also left people wondering what led to Seau's death, an apparent suicide at the age of 43.

An autopsy report expected today probably won't give family members the explanation they're looking for.

We all want answers after a suicide.

Fredric Matteson, at Contextual Conceptual Therapy, based on Bainbridge Island, has studied 16,000 suicidal patients. Depression and mental illness are not the main triggers for suicide.

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September 10, 2008 - Press Release: University of Essex, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies

Press Release:

University of Essex, Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies (CPS); North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, (NEPFT) and Care Services Improvement Partnership, (CSIP).

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"..The principle theme and discussion at the conference centered on a completely new approach to working with suicidal individuals being pioneered in Seattle called CCT – Contextual-Conceptual Therapy.”  

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