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Self Harm

Paperback|Aug 2008
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This accessible and practical book demystifies a subject many people find hard to understand, assessing the causes of it and showing ways towards recovery: What is self harm? How does it develop? Is full recovery possible? ...


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This accessible and practical book demystifies a subject many people find hard to understand, assessing the causes of it and showing ways towards recovery: What is self harm? How does it develop? Is full recovery possible? How can I help a sufferer? Research has suggested that rates of self-harm in the UK are higher than anywhere else in Europe. Contents include - Part One: What is self harm and how does it develop? Part Two - Recovering from self harm. Part Three: Caring for sufferers. Throughout the book, the authors draw on case histories and personal stories, as well as statistics and information from up to date research in the field.
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Kate Middleton

Dr Kate Middleton (Ph.D., (Psychology) University of Nottingham) is a physician and the director of Anorexia and Bulimia Care, a charity that supports those with eating disorders. Dr Middleton is the author of Stress: How to De-stress without Doing Less; Self Harm: The Path to Recovery and Eating Disorders: The Path to Recovery.
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  • Contents: ?part One: What Is Self Harm And How Does It Develop? ?part Two: Recovering From Self Harm. ?part Three: Caring For Sufferers.

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