By Mary K. Nixon, Nancy L. Heath
This edited quantity positive factors evidence-based reports and useful methods for the pro within the clinic, medical institution, neighborhood and faculty, with case examples all through. Divided into 5 significant sections, the ebook bargains heritage historic and cultural details, dialogue of self-injury etiology, review and intervention/prevention matters, and appropriate assets for these operating with youths who self-injure.
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Self-Injury in Youth: The Essential Guide to Assessment and Intervention by Mary K. Nixon, Nancy L. Heath