By Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D.
Teens who self-injure often cut or burn themselves, but may also engage in other harmful practices. This book helps teens and their counselors discover the root causes of self-injury and develop a program to end this dangerous behavior.
The book begins with a series of exercises designed to help teens understand why they self-injure and to dispel myths about self-injury. It goes on to help them tackle self-esteem issues, recognize and disarm the triggers that lead to self-injury, communicate about self-injury, cope with difficult emotions, and commit to changing the behavior.
148 pages. 8 x 10. Softcover. March 2008.
This item is part of the Teen Self-Help Recovery Workbooks.