4 edition of Working with self-harming adolescents found in the catalog.
|Statement||Matthew D. Selekman.|
|Contributions||Selekman, Matthew D., 1957-|
|LC Classifications||RJ503 .S447 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005052345|
All of our resources are free and available for public use and distribution, we just ask that you appropriately cite our research program as the source. Parents, be sure to check out Healing Self-Injury, Dr. Whitlock’s new book written with her colleague, Dr. Lloyd Richardson. You can learn more about the book on our books and articles tab. Deliberate Self-Harm in Adolescence (Child & Adolescent Mental Health) This book is mainly for professionals and parents of young people at risk of self-harming. It discusses the risk factors that lead to self-harm such as depression, substance abuse and antisocial behaviour. Written by Claudine Fox and Keith Hawton (Jessica Kingsley Publishers).
Like substance abuse, adolescent self-harming behavior has no one single cause. It cuts across all cultural and socioeconomic levels. We do know, however, that more adolescent females engage in this behavior than males, and that self-harming adolescents are rarely suicidal. Most of these adolescents are seeking quick relief from emotional distress. Working With Self-Harming Adolescents. 28th Feb ; Stephen Briggs; According to a new survey commissioned by Self-Harm UK, The Mix and YoungMinds, a third of year-olds in Britain have at some point self-harmed. Despite these rising numbers, confusions and contradictions persist in the way we define and conceptualise self-harm.
Adolescents who experience SI are 12 times more likely than adolescents who do not experience SI to attempt suicide by with % of adolescents making a SA within 12 months of SI onset 5. More than one-third of adolescents who experience SI go on to attempt suicide : Stephanie Clarke, Lauren A. Allerhand, Michele S. Berk. This workbook, a companion to Selekman s Working with Self-Harming Adolescents, provides a detailed treatment protocol for working with this challenging population. It is a user-friendly resource book for conducting individual, couple, family, and group therapy with young adult and adolescent Brand: W. W. Norton & Company.
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Working with Self-Harming Adolescents offers readers effective guidelines for how parents can prevent and constructively manage self-harming episodes, discusses the major aggravating factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of this problem among youth, and offers an integrative and flexible solution-oriented approach for treatment.
Another important feature of this book is the Cited by: 7. Working with Self-Harming Adolescents: A Collaborative, Strengths-Based Therapy Approach (Norton Professional Books) by Matthew D. Selekman () Paperback – January 1, Author: Matthew D. Selekman. Working with Self-Harming Adolescents offers readers effective guidelines for how parents can prevent and constructively manage self-harming episodes, discusses the major aggravating factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of this problem among youth, and offers an integrative and flexible solution-oriented approach for /5(6).
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Selekman. Adolescent self-harming behavior is on the rise. Mental health professionals and affiliated Working with self-harming adolescents book in schools are seeing more and more adolescents who cut Free shipping over $Cited by: 7. Working with Self-Harming Adolescents offers readers effective guidelines for how parents can prevent and constructively manage self-harming episodes, discusses the major aggravating factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of this problem among youth, and offers an integrative and flexible solution-oriented approach for.
This book is targeted at professionals who may encounter, or work with, children and adolescents at risk of self-harming. Walker is an expert in child and adolescent mental health and as a social worker and psychotherapist has had many years of hands on experience Cited by: 2.
interpret when working with this patient group, given that ‘risk-taking’ is part of the developmental process of adolescent pathology. It is thus important to respond to any intuitive feelings that arise during contact with a young person who could be self-harming, as they are usually founded.
Increasing vigilanceFile Size: KB. There is an overwhelming amount of information out there, but it’s important to read the right advice. Here is a list of 7 helpful resources for teen self harm.
Teen Self Harm: BOOKS. Stopping the Pain: A Workbook for Teens Who Cut and Self Injure. This workbook is helpful for teens, parents and professionals to use.
Some people refer to this as self-mutilation, but the fact that it is frequently talked about both popularly and by experts as a category of self-harm, means that it is often confused with the taking of overdoses.
From here arises the mistaken assumption that self-mutilation is a form of suicidal Size: 1MB. Buy Working with Self-Harming Adolescents: A Collaborative, Strengths-Based Therapy Approach (Norton Professional Books (Paperback)) 2nd Ed by Selekman, Matthew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Selekman's book is a decent resource for the novice clinician who decides to work with the self-harming adolescent population.
While Selekman's long term experience can provide us with lots of interesting hypotheses on what works and what doesn't in this field, it might also get /5.
Gloucestershire Self Harm Helpline. People can self harm for different reasons. It may be to deal with difficult feelings. 1or to give someone release or escape.2Some may find the physical pain of self harm distracts them from the emotional pain they are feeling.3For some they may need to self harm to let other people know how they are feeling.4Others may feel it is the only way to feel in control of their.
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This is particularly true for social workers who work with adolescents who manifest self-harming behavior.
This paper examines the ethical dilemmas inherent in clinical work with self-harming adolescents and illustrates the need to include a model for ethical decision making as an essential element in competent social work by: 8.
Cutting Down provides staff working with self harming adolescents an extremely clear and detailed treatment plan for a brief intervention (14 sessions) based on the principles of cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy (both evidence based interventions for self harming adolescents).
Particularly impressive and helpful. 3 How much is adolescent self-harm affected by contagion effects and other peer influences. The role of social media is often raised as a concern, but social media may also help those in need of information and support What works.
The evidence base on interventions for self-harm is not very conclusive,17 but it seems likely that interventions based on cognitive behavioural therapy or File Size: KB. Books; Psychotherapy Library; eBook Collections; Premium Books; Working With Self-Harming Adolescents: A Collaborative Strengths-Based Therapy Approach.
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Work through the book, or just check out the sections that speak to you the most. This is your own personal and private road map to regaining control of your life/5().
Get this from a library! Working with self-harming adolescents: a collaborative, strengths-based therapy approach. [Matthew D Selekman] -- Cutting, burning, drug and alcohol abuse, excessive risk taking, eating disorders - self-harm is an all-too-common and distressing part of teenage lives.
This book aims to sort myth from fact, and.Using This Book (For the professional, continued) Additional Factors The Teen Self-Esteem Workbook deals with many different aspects of self-esteem, including self-worth, self-responsibility, self-awareness, and assertive behavior.
Self-esteem is a person’s overall evaluation of self-worth and encompasses a person’s emotions, thoughts and ways ofFile Size: KB.this behavior remains scant. This workbook provides a detailed treatment protocol for working with this challenging population. It is a user-friendly resource book for conducting individual, couple, family, and group therapy with young adult and adolescent self-harming clients.
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