In: Self-Harm

Psychology Behind Self-Harm: Looking at the Underlying Causes

Self-harm is the act of hurting oneself, whether it is physical or emotional, intentional, or non-intentional. When many individuals hear the…

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What Can Discovery Do For My Self-Harm Behavior?

Cutting and other forms of self-harm behaviors often occur due to severe underlying issues such as past trauma, low self-esteem, abuse,…

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Treatment for Self-Harm

Unlike most other mental health disorders, there is no defined treatment for self-harm that has been studied extensively with proven clinical…

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Self-Harm: What Can I Do Next?

Seeking help for self-harm behavior is necessary however you must be willing to seek treatment and put in the effort required…

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In the News: America’s First Successful Face Transplant Gives New Hope to a Suicide Survivor

Successful Face Transplant Gives New Hope to a Suicide Survivor There are many stories in the news of suicide survivors, some…

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The Connection Between Eating Disorders and Self-Injury

Eating Disorders and Self-Injury Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorders, bulimia nervosa or orthorexia seldom occur independently of…

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When Suicide Hotlines Are the Not Answer

Recently, our world lost two very talented, well-known celebrities who left a lasting impact on many individuals. Fashion designer Kate Spade…

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Famous You Tuber Loses His Life to Mental Illness

29-year-old Desmond Amofah, a popular YouTuber known as “Etika”, was found dead in the East River in New York after posting…

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Dual Diagnosis Treatment

A mental health disorder or a substance abuse disorder usually does not exist in an isolated vacuum. This means that it…

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Co-Occurring Disorders

Substance abuse and addiction can mask a mental illness and vice versa. Many clients admit to an addiction treatment program only…

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