A Summary of “Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Deliberate Self-Harm”
Slee, N., Arensman, E., Garnefski, N., & Spinhoven, P. (2007). Cognitive-behavioral therapy for deliberate self-harm. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 28(4), 175.
Summary of Journal
Deliberate self-harm is defined as the intentional wounding of one’s own body with or without apparent suicidal intentions. Research indicates that individuals who practice deliberate self-harm (DSH) form a diverse population, with different psychological and psychiatric needs. To effectively meet the needs of self-harmers, therapists need to create customized treatment plans that meet the needs of an individual patient. Slee, Arensman, Gernefski and Spinhoven (2007) review and analyze three specific DSH cognitive-behavioral Continue reading...