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Developing and Maintaining the Therapeutic Alliance With Self-Injuring Patients Developing and maintaining the therapeutic alliance with self-injuring patients
Who is this fo r? Parents of thos e dealing with self-injury What is included? How do you know if your childisself-injuring? Dealing with feelings about this discovery Talking to your child about his/herself-injury What to avoid sayin g to your chil d Activities to help others manage their urges ...
How self-injuring may diminish negative affect is unknown, although both psychological ( Brown, Comtois, &Linehan, 2002; Suyemoto, 1998 ) and biological ( Russ, Roth, Kakuma, Harrison, &Hull, 1994 ) mechanisms have been proposed.
Dancing Our Feet Off Without Injuring Them, by Linking Our Warm-Ups to Kinetic Chains Dancing our feet off without injuring them
PAGE 3OF 10 Someone who displays respectful curiosity is not just concerned about making a problem go away but rather with understanding the problem. 3 Examples of questions showing respectful curiosity include: •"How does self-injuring make you feel better?"
The Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work 403 East Winding Hill Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Phone (717) 795-9048 Fax (717) 795-8013 921 Cutting: Understanding and Planning for The Self-Injuring Child A Training Outline Developed by Nancy ...
measures so that there is no risk of you injuring yourself including: • Do not set up trafﬁ c control stations where a hazard exists, move to a more suitable location.
Indeed, most studies have indicated the majority of hospitalized self-injuring patients are female (Herpertz, 1995). However, Briere and Gil (1998), using a community sample, found no gender differences with regard to self-injurious behaviors.
Nichollsand Laurie Anne Pearlman Traumatic Stress Institute/Center for Adult& Adolescent Psychotherapy LLC This article reports findings of a study on self-injury, childhood abuse, and self capacities that supportsatheory for understanding and assisting self-injuring individuals in crisis.