Über den Autor
Nick Huband and Digby Tantam
rnPreface rnThe Basics Facts About Self-Injury rnUnderstanding the Person Who Self-Injures rnA Unifying Model Based on the Phenomenology of Self-Injury rnOvercoming Self-Injury rnMoulds and Matrices rnChallenges for the Carer rnFirst Professional Responses to Self-Injury rnRecovery rnSummary and Conclusionsrn
Informative and insightful, this book explores the nature of self-injury and the experience of those who injure themselves. Covering psychological and physical aspects, the text draws on research, theory and the authorsb clinical experience to present a unifying model for practice. This is an essential resource for all health care professionals.
This readable and authoritative book draws on the experience of two professional to examine why people self-harm and offer therapeutic suggestions for intervention and self-help.