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Recovery from Deliberate Self-Harm: Perspectives from Those Who Have Survived and From Those Who Have Helped
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2015-11)
Interventions for adolescents who engage in deliberate self-harm are notoriously challenging and negligibly effective. Self-harming adolescents often keep their behaviours a secret, do not see their self-harm as a problem, ...
Attachment Orientation, Affect Regulation, and Coping Styles in Young Adults with Persistent, Transient, or Absent History of Deliberate Self-Harm
(Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2012-06)
The prevalence of deliberate self-harm (DSH) is on the rise, making clinicians more likely than ever to encounter DSH in their clinical practice (Klonsky, 2007; Nock, 2009), and consequently making research that informs ...