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Cutting Through the Myths: Resources

Resources and references for the article

Cutting Through the Myths

by Robin DeCastro

Resources

American Self-harm Information Clearing House. www.selfinjury.org

A.S.H.I.C. provides information regarding the nature, intent and purposes of self-harm and links to additional resources and support groups for self-harming individuals.

Centre for Suicide Prevention. www.suicideinfo.ca

Located in Calgary, Alberta Canada, the Centre for Suicide Prevention provides information about self-harm and suicide prevention.

Cornell Research Program on Self-Injurious Behavior in Adolescents and Young Adults. www.crpsib.com

This site provide a significant amount of information regarding current research efforts, information about self-injury and links to numerous resources for information related to deliberate self-injury.

Self Abuse Finally Ends Alternatives Program. www.selfinjury.com

S.A.F.E. Alternatives Program provides information regarding a nationally recognized treatment approach to self-injury, educational resources, and contact information for professionals specializing in the treatment of self-injury.

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McAllister M, Creedy D, Moyle W, & Farrugia C. (2002). Nurses’ attitudes toward clients who self-harm. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 40, 578-586.

McDonald C. (2006). Self-mutilation in adolescents. The Journal of School Nursing, 22, 193-200.

O’Donovan A & Gijbels H. (2006). Understanding psychiatric nursing care with nonsuicidal self-harming patients in acute psychiatric admission units: The views of psychiatric nurses. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 20, 186-192.

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Yip K. A multi-dimensional perspective of adolescents’ self-cutting. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 2005;10:80-86.

All Web links on this page were available as of April 2, 2007.

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