The hospital staff think treating us is a waste of time because they should be treating people who don't deliberately harm themselves.
You can't control what's happening around you but you can control what you do to yourself.
Young persons who intentionally harm themselves are largely misunderstood in society. They are misunderstood by parents,teachers peers and even the medical personnel who treat them. Just what is self-harm? Why do teenagers want to cut their wrists or forearms? Does such behaviour lead to suicide? And what are the signs to look out for? This book presents the facts for anyone who interacts with children and teenagers.
Living with Self-harm Behaviours is part of a series of handbooks on mental health in children written by mental health professinals from the child Guidance Clinic. Other titles in the series are:
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ADHD )
- Discipline issues
- Divorce and broken homes
- Intelligence issues
- Learning difficulties
- Sexuality issues
- Part 1 What is self-harm?
- Part 2 Why do peple intentionally harm themselves?
- Part 3 Common misconceptions about people who self-harm
- Part 4 The causes of self-harm behaviours
- Part 5 Associated disorders of self-harm behaviours
- Part 6 Self-harm and teen suicide
- Part 7 Warning signs of self-harm behaviours and suicide
- Part 8 How parents and teachers can help
|ISBN||: 9812325840 (ปกอ่อน) 64 หน้า|
|ขนาด||: 174 x 174 x 5 มม.|
|น้ำหนัก||: 115 กรัม|
|สำนักพิมพ์||: Times Edition|