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         Self Injury:     more books (100)
  1. Whiplash Injury Recovery: A Self-Management Guide by Gwendolen Jull, 2006-10-01
  2. Self-Destructive Behaviors, Self-Injury and Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: A Therapists' Guide for Family Work and Support by Psy. D. K. R. Juzwin, 2009-10-20
  3. Helping Teens Who Cut: Understanding and Ending Self-Injury   [HELPING TEENS WHO CUT] [Paperback]
  4. Self-reported injuries among seafarers [An article from: Accident Analysis and Prevention] by O.C. Jensen, J.F.L. Sorensen, et all 2004-05-01
  5. Pain experience related to self-injury in eating disorder patients by L. Claes, W. Vandereycken, et all 2006-08
  6. Beyond The Razor's Edge: Journey of Healing and Hope Beyond Self Injury by Sarah J Brecht, 2005-07-15
  7. LifeSIGNS Self-Injury Awareness Booklet: Information for people who self-injure / self-harm, their friends, family, teachers and healthcare professionals: ... Teachers and Healthcare Professionals by The LifeSIGNS Directors, Mary Hillery, et all 2007-03-01
  8. The functions of deliberate self-injury: A review of the evidence [An article from: Clinical Psychology Review] by E.D. Klonsky, 2007-03-01
  9. Effects of Snoezelen room, Activities of Daily Living skills training, and Vocational skills training on aggression and self-injury by adults with mental ... Research in Developmental Disabilities] by N.N. Singh, G.E. Lancioni, et all
  10. School counselors and student self-injury.(Research Article): An article from: Journal of School Health by Susan Roberts-Dobie, Rebecca J. Donatelle, 2007-05-01
  11. Analysis of Suicide Risk Factors and Suicidal Self-Injury and Concurrent Health Risk Behaviors Among Adolescents.(Brief Article): An article from: Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
  12. Reflections Through the Crimson Tides: A Loved Ones Journey Into the Discovery of Self Injury by Judy E Redheffer, 2007-06-11
  13. Neural correlates of self-evaluative accuracy after traumatic brain injury [An article from: Neuropsychologia] by T.W. Schmitz, H.A. Rowley, et all
  14. Self-injury (Series II-Specific Treatments for Specific Populations) by Wendy Lader, 2006-08-30

61. Self Injury - Online Dictionary Of Mental Health
self injury. Chats and The Hidden Truth Information about self injury,as well as a personal story and tips on stopping. Lysamena Project
Top Ten Bestsellers (continuously updated): abuse adhd adoption aging ... Add Your URL Self Injury See also:
  • Health: Mental Health: Disorders: Impulse Control: Trichotillomania Secret Shame - Comprehensive self-injury site; review of psychological literature, suggestions to help you limit or stop your self-harm, help for families/friends, personal experience, extensive references, list of treatment resources, and support mailing list.
  • Self-Injury: A Struggle - Information on SI for both the self injurer, and their friends/family. Personal stories, self-injury pen pals, famous self-injurers, reviews of books on SI, poetry, art, writings, chat, message board, list of resources, etc.
  • About Self-Harm Advice on self-injury, stress and ways to overcome it.
  • Bodies Under Siege Webring - Webring for sites dealing with self-injury. Sites must include some information on self-injurious behavior.
  • Body Image Betrayal and Related Issues - Devoted to speaking out about Eating Disorders and related issues including: therapy abuse, self-injury (cutting), domestic violence, child abuse, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Also includes links to treatment and help through other sites and chat.

62. When The Cut Goes In Deep
Intended to inform victims, families, and friends about depression, self injury, anxiety, and other mental illnesses.
When The Cut Goes In Deep
contains material that may shock and upset. You will peruse information concerning depression, self-injury, anxiety, and other difficult mental health topics from a first-person perspective. Please EXIT NOW if you are feeling vulnerable. I believe my site is helpful, but it, like everything, can be misused. Here are my official statements:
  • 1. I am NOT a licensed or qualified mental health professional. I offer you what I've learned from my experiences, including psychology sessions, psychiatry sessions, school counseling, a partial hospitalization program, an inpatient hospitalization program, a visit to the ER, and certain medications. I try to make statements that I have found to be true from my personal knowledge.
  • 2. This site is in no way a "cure" for mental illness. This site should serve as a guide; I want to point out warning signs and encourage people to contact health professionals. Visit my My Mission page for a detailed explanation as to why I created this site.
  • I worked very hard to make this site, so please don't steal my graphics or text. If you'd like to use anything on my site in a paper, speech, whatever, please make sure you give me credit. Visit my

63. Understanding Self Injury: A Guide For Trauma Survivors
Understanding self injury A Guide for Trauma Survivors By John Briere,David Calof and Dusty Miller. This program, which features
How you can help Understanding Self Injury: A Guide for Trauma Survivors
By John Briere, David Calof and Dusty Miller
This program, which features David Calof, Dusty Miller, Ed.D., and John N. Briere, Ph.D., is intended for lay audiences and will help clients see their behavior as an adaptive response to the overwhelming pain they carry with them. At the same time it will provide hopeful signposts for ameliorating and terminating harmful behaviors. Trauma survivors are advised to view this video with appropriate support. To buy this videotape online: Fill in number of copies desired and click the "Add to cart" button. You can also print out a text copy of our order form if you prefer to buy by phone or fax. Order Code: CAUSI
Title: Understanding Self Injury: A Guide for Trauma Survivors
Author: John Briere, David Calof and Dusty Miller
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64. Self Injury Outreach - A Safe Place To Share Experiences, Feelings, And Find Sup
self injury Outreach A safe place to share experiences, feelings, andfind support. Welcome to my site! I created this site because


Research and Statistics

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On The Road to Healing

Self Injury Outreach
A safe place to share experiences, feelings, and find support
Welcome to my site!
I created this site because I myself have been a self injurer for two years and I know how hard it is to get support for this particular problem. Outsiders view people like us as being crazy, craving attention, or simply assume that we do not want help. This is designed to be a safe place to share thoughts and feelings, and will hopefully aid you on your road to recovery.
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65. Self Injury | Survivor Search Engine | Escaping Hades: A Rape And Sexual Abuse S
Escaping Hades Sexual Abuse Survivor Search Engine Includes Suicide, Eating Disorders,Anorexia, Bulimia, self injury, MPD/DID, Anxiety/Depression, PTSD
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Anonymous Sexual Abuse Recovery - Cutting and Self-Mutilation
- One man's story of the efforts to escape self-mutilation.
Deb Arneson
- A personal site covering addiction, alcoholism, recovery, self-injury and spirituality. Topics such as where to get help (nationally and in the Kansas City area), signs of addiction and relapse, relapse prevention, drug and alcohol abuse, 12 steps, sponsors, cutting, self-harm, my story, my faith and other miscellaneous help links.
- A webzine which features poetry, prose, and art contributed by self-injurers.
Lysamena Project on Self-Injury
- Christian-based self-injury resources accessible to all. A compassionate site providing self-injurers and their families with helpful information about self inflicted violence.
- A large collection of articles, personal stories, pictures and poetry dealing with self injury.
Self Injury Bulletin Board
- A place for survivors of self-injury to communicate with each other.
Self Injury: You are NOT the Only One
- A very helpful, very complete site on self-injury.

66. Self-Injury And Related Issues: Information Exchange
self injury By Amanda 29/4/2004 at 020143 AM Re(1) self injury- By Jan (SIARI) 29/4/2004 at 090417 AM. anxiety - By C 26/4

67. Self Injury
Personal page with links.
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Self-Injury I used to think that I was the only one that cut myself. That I was really demented because I would slice my own flesh with a razor. Well, that's not totally true either, because I had a friend in high school who used to cut as well, and we would occasionally compare scratches. Except she used to tell everyone about it, while I would be discrete, hiding my secret shame, wondering what was wrong with me. Then I started to work at a residential treatment facility. There I found out several residents would cut on themselves, and therefore were labeled (damn labels) Borderline Personality Disorder ( BPD ). And this pissed me off, because I do not have a borderline personality disorder, and it seemed rather shallow to label all those who cut with such a tag. So I set out searching for some answers. First I read everything I could about BPD, to assure that was indeed not my problem. And then I discovered the internet. I am not alone! and neither are you!!

68. Secret Cutting: And The Pain Behind Self Injury
Information on selfinjury, survival of SI, resources, rants/journal, poetry and a personal story.
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Secret Cutting: And the Pain Behind Self Injury
This is a page dedicated to Self Injury, specifically cutting. I hope to inform those that have never heard of this addiction, those who are family members of those that do engage in this activity and those who are currently or formally Self Injuring. I have formally suffered from Self Injury and since then have decided that I was given this burden so that I may help others. So far I have helped individual people, but now I want to help those that I don't even know. Blessed with Computer Literacy, I've decided to use the internet to turn this dream into reality. The most important fact that I shall impart onto you is that there is a way to beat it.

69. Self Injury
The personal Blog of Wedge, many links posted.
the blog of
This is where you stick random tidbits of information about yourself.
Self Injury
Thursday, January 29, 2004
Google Directory - Health > Mental Health > Disorders > Impulse Control > Self Injury > Personal Pages
I'm fine, really I am
It's odd, in the last month I've delivered four Talks about SI, to Doctors and to Welfare Officers (et al.) and I've been hurting myself in between.
It's like I can stand there and passionatly talk about the syndrome of self injury, and how hard it is for most people to talk about it, or ask for any kind of help. My audience looks at me, and what do they see? Confidence, Charisma, Charm and Good Humour (I hope!) and yet I'm still screaming inside, I'm still stuck with a limited emotional vocabualry and I stiill feel misunderstood and invalidated.
And that's not entirely true, I have a better support than many people, I do have people to turn to, people who ill listen.
I worry about some friends too, who are in a similar situation to me, and yet I can't reach, I can't help.

70. Alderman: Self-Injury Transcript
READING SOURCES SelfInjury. Self-Injury. Donnna I used to do alot of self injuryto myself, but came to the realization that I had no control over that it.
Transcript from online Concerned Counselling conference
with Dr. Tracy Alderman on Tuesday, March 3, 1998 Bob M is Bob McMillan, editor of online magazine CCI Journal who chairs this conference.
Dr. Alderman is self-injury expert, psychologist, and author, Dr. Tracy Alderman.
The people color-coded in green are audience members who had questions.
Bob M: Our topic tonight is SELF-INJURY. Our guest is Dr. Tracy Alderman. Dr. Alderman is a psychologist, an expert in self-injury, and has written the book: The Scarred Soul: Understanding and Ending Self Inflicted Violence. Welcome Dr. Alderman to the Concerned Counseling website. Would you please tell us a bit more about your expertise in the area of self-injury and how you came to write the book? Dr. Alderman: I first began researching the area of self-injury about 9 years ago when I was working with a 13 year old girl who was cutting on herself. I couldn't find any information that was practical, so I decided to do some research and write my own book. Bob M: And could you tell us some of the more informative or startling things you discovered in your research?

71. Self Injury And Eating Disorders
A short glimpse into the life of a teenager who has suffered abuse and self injures but who is determined to survive.
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Self Injury and Eating Disorders
I have put this page on my site as it deals with the subject of self harm and eating disorders. These are some what tabooed topics and the more awareness there is the better. For those of you who read this and know about self harm/injury please make sure you are safe as reading this may be triggering.
"Self-injury is used to help the individual cope, the act of injuring oneself is also used to help cope with, block out, and release built up feelings and emotions. Self-injury is probably the most widely misunderstood forms of self harm and there are many myths associated with it, which can make it difficult for people to reach out and ask for help. Self-injury (self-harm, self-mutilation) can be defined as the attempt to deliberately cause harm to one's own body and the injury is usually severe enough to cause tissue damage. This is not a conscious attempt at suicide, though some people may see it that way. It has been reported that many people who self-injure have a history of sexual or physical abuse, but that is not always the case. Some may come from broken homes, alcoholic homes, have emotionally absent parents, etc. There are many factors that could cause someone to self-injure as a way to cope.

72. The Self Injury Program Helps Individuals Who Repeatedly Harm Themselves Or Who
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The Psychology and Religion Team Areas of Special Focus How We Can Help Resource Center ... Psychology and Religion Home Page Self Injury Treatment A comprehensive cognitive behavioral treatment for difficult-to-treat disorders Treatment for patients who:
  • Have the diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorders Trauma Survivors Eating Disorders Others who display signs of Parasuicidal/Suicidal Behaviors
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73. Female Teens Discuss Their Self Injury
Health Environment Female Teens Discuss Their self injury. Run Date04/14/04. By Emma Pearse WeNews correspondent. Teens who responded
June 2, 2004
Female Teens Discuss Their Self Injury Run Date: 04/14/04 By Emma Pearse
WeNews correspondent Teens who responded to a Women's eNews' posting on the Maryland-based Focus Adolescent Services Web site openly discussed their lives of enormous sadness, little-understood emotions and an inexplicable attraction to the thrill of self-inflicted pain. (WOMENSENEWS)Ellie, a 14-year old from Littleton, Colo., described using a razor to cut and scar herself because her world was falling down around her. "It was a really hard time in life for me," she wrote in an e-mail. "Having a dad that unexpectedly beat your Mom, having a guy-friend you thought you knew, sexually and physically abuse you, having your sister wanting to commit suicide and dealing with depression. I thought the world would never change . . . that it would stay the same." Ellie says she first used a razor to cut herself a year ago. "I didn't want to, but at the same time, I really did. I picked it up and put pressure on the blade. It hurt, but I liked the pain." Ellie was one of dozens of female teens who responded to the Women's eNews posting titled "Tell Your Story" in the "Self Injury" section of the Maryland-based Focus Adolescent Services Web site. The girls found the posting when searching for information on self injury, or were sent the link through chat rooms they logged on to chat about self injuring and related issues. Most of the girls declined to talk over the phone, one, Corin, wrote that talking on the phone and in person caused her "social anxiety."

74. Suicide / Self Injury - Fanlight Productions
Back to Subject Areas . Suicide / self injury. Between the Lines(263) A visually lyrical, experimental documentary about women

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75. Secret Shame (self-injury Information And Support)
The most comprehensive source of selfinjury information on the web.Includes definitions, explanations self-injury site, no frames.
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76. Self-Injury: A Struggle
Information on selfinjury for both the self injurer, and their friends/family. Personal stories, polls, famous self-injurers, reviews of books on SI, poetry, art, writings, chat, message board, list of resources.
My name is Gabrielle and I am nineteen years old. I have been hurting myself for over four years. Now I want to share my story with other people who self-injure (SI) so that they know that they are NOT alone, and with their friends and family. But I would like to warn that some of the material in here may be triggering . So make sure you are SAFE when you look around!
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77. Inside Pain Turned Inside Out (Self-Injury)
About selfinjury as it relates to figure skaters as well as non-skaters Main Page .Mental Health self-injury. self-injury Inside Pain Turned Inside Out some figure skaters do also have
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Self-Injury: Inside Pain Turned Inside Out
days 'til National SI Awareness Day, March 1, 2005. "We are male and female. We are artists, athletes, students, and business owners. We have depression, DID, PTSD, eating disorders, borderline personalities, bipolar disorder, or maybe no diagnosis at all. Some of us were abused, some were not. We are straight, bi, and gay. We come from all walks of life and can be any age. We are every single race or religion that you can possibly think of. Our common link is this: We are in pain. We self-injure. And we are not freaks." Though the issue might not get as much attention as eating disorders , some figure skaters do also have problems with self-injury. And once again, many non-skaters face the exact same issue. Due to "popular demand" this page has been broken down into separate pages for each subsection. A single printer-friendly page is also available with all of the sections "intact" for printing purposes. Navigate the Self-Injury Section What is self-injury?

78. Lysamena Project On Self-Injury: Christian Self-Injury Resources
Christianbased self-injury resources. A compassionate site providing helpful information about self inflicted violence. self-injury. It is not a kind topic, not an easily discussed topic, nor an
Welcome to the Lysamena Project on Self-Injury
Let him who walks in the dark, who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on his God.
Isaiah 50:10
Self-injury. It is not a kind topic, not an easily discussed topic, nor an easily understood topic. Yet it is estimated that 1% of the population of the United States must deal with self-injury, and that it may be more prevalent in teens. I do not have all the answers, but I have been there myself, and that is why I created this web page: to show you that you are not alone, and to share some of my own information and resources. As you read through these pages, it will be evident that I am a Christian who is dedicated to my Lord. Please do not leave if you do not have this in common with me. There is material here for Christians and non-Christians alike. On the same note, if you are a Christian who does not self-injure, you may find something to help you with whatever you might struggle. As Paul writes, "Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfull the law of Christ" (Galatians 6:2).
Information about Self-Injury Friends and Family Things to Do Instead of Self-Injury Affirmations of Truths ... Site Info
My e-mail address is

79. Secret Shame
The most comprehensive source of selfinjury information on the web. self-injuryYou are NOT the only one. Since you ask, most days I cannot remember.
Self-injury: You are NOT the only one
Since you ask, most days I cannot remember.
I walk in my clothing, unmarked by that voyage.
Then the almost unnameable lust returns.
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Because I Hurt
A new book by Jan Sutton of SIARI and Deb Martinson, author of this site, coming in Autumn 2003. More here.
In spite of the title, there is no shame here. If you cause physical harm to your body in order to deal with overwhelming feelings, know that you have nothing to be ashamed of. It's likely that you're keeping yourself alive and maintaining psychological integrity with the only tool you have right now. It's a crude and ultimately self-destructive tool, but it works; you get relief from the overwhelming pain/fear/anxiety in your life. The prospect of giving it up may be unthinkable, which makes sense; you may not realize that self-harm isn't the only or even best coping method around. For many people who self-injure, though, there comes a breakthrough moment when they realize that change is possible, that they can escape, that things can be different. They begin to believe that other tools do exist and begin figuring out which of these non-self-destructive ways of coping work for them. This site exists to help you come closer to that moment.

80. Focus Adolescent Services: Self-Injury
Resources, helping organizations, information, and articles on selfinjury and self-mutiliation, focusing on this behavior in adolesence. 1-877-362-8727. self-injury. Abuse Physical, Emotional
Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or Self-Injury Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect Counseling and Therapy Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact WHY DO ADOLESCENTS SELF-INJURE? Adolescents who have difficulty talking about their feelings may show their emotional tension, physical discomfort, pain and low self-esteem with self-injurious behaviors. Although they may feel like the "steam" in the "pressure cooker" has been released following the act of hurting themselves, teenagers may also feel hurt, anger , fear and hate. Most teens who self-injure go to great lengths to hide their wounds and scars. Many consider their self-harm to be a deeply shameful secret and dread the consequences of discovery. WHAT CAN PARENTS DO ABOUT SELF-INJURY? Parents must listen to their child and acknowledge their child's feelings. (In other words, parents should validate feelings not necessarily the teen's behavior.)

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