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Breathing while drowning: Youth who self-harm

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Emotion Dysregulation in the Treatment of Self-Injury

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Emotion Dysregulation in the Treatment of Self-Injury,  by Kim L. Gratz (2007)

This article is easy to read and understand. Its purpose is to explain why Dialectical Behavior Therapy is an effective method to help stop self-injurying. In doing so, it describes the case of a 26-year old woman that began her self-injurying after graduating college. In describing her case, the article provides a lot of insight as to why she began to self-injure, and how she benefited from the therapy.

 

Number of young people self-harming rockets (Children & Young People Now)

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Physicians missing self-injury behavior in youths with eating disorders, study finds (Stanford School of Medicine)

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Self Injury: An Interview with Barent Walsh, Ph.D.

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Self-harm common in teenagers, Australian study shows (BBC)

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The title says nothing new but remember when the number tossed around in the ’90s was 1 in 100? Media attention is a two-edged sword.

Ultrasound Technology Helpful in Treating Self-Harm Patients

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Why Do Teens Hurt Themselves? The Science of Self-Injury

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Why Has Self-Injury Become So Popular?: Do peers influence adolescents' decisions to engage in NSSI?

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