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by Lois Arnold,Gloria Babiker

Category: Psychology and Counseling
Subcategory: Health, Diets and Fitness
Author: Lois Arnold,Gloria Babiker
ISBN: 1854332341
ISBN13: 978-1854332349
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (April 3, 1997)
Pages: 176
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Gloria Babiker, Lois Arnold. This book explores cultural and historical aspects, as well as the causes and functions that self-injury serve.

This book explores cultural and historical aspects, as well as the. Gloria Babiker, Lois Arnold. Therapy with people who self-mutilate is discussed in detail. A framework is provided for professionals facing this behaviour at work.

Gloria Babiker is Head of Adult Mental Health Psychology at the United Bristol Healthcare Trust, U.

Gloria Babiker is Head of Adult Mental Health Psychology at the United Bristol Healthcare Trust, UK. Lois Arnold is founder of The Basement Project, Bristol, UK. Table of contents. 1. The parameters of self-injury and setting the scene. 2. The cross-cultural and historical context of self-injury. 3. Self-injury and social forces. 4. The origins and functions of self-injury for individuals. The authors have managed that difficult balance between making sure that all their information is appropriately referenced and keeping the book readable.

Therapy with people who self-mutilate is discussed. ISBN13: 9781854332349.

Author(s) : Gloria Babiker, Author(s) : Lois Arnold. Publisher : BPS Blackwell. The emphasis of this text is that persuading people to stop self-mutilation may be more harmful than the injuries themselves

Author(s) : Gloria Babiker, Author(s) : Lois Arnold. The emphasis of this text is that persuading people to stop self-mutilation may be more harmful than the injuries themselves. The book discusses cultural and historical aspects, as well as the causes and functions self- injury serve.

Gloria Babiker, Lois D. W. Arnold

Gloria Babiker, Lois D. Arnold. The role of women's self-injury support-groups : A grounded theory. Jennifer Corcoran, Avril J. Mewse, Gloria Babiker.

Comprehending Self-Mutilation. by Gloria Babiker, Lois Arnold. Published March 1, 1997 by Blackwell Publishing Limited. More than perhaps any other human action, self-mutilation speaks of distress, torment and pain.

November 1998 · Journal of Clinical Nursing.

The patient& anti-tetanus immunization status was not known prior to the injury. The patient developed symptoms of cephalic tetanus some days after receiving the anti-etanus serum intramuscularly. November 1998 · Journal of Clinical Nursing.

The approach recognises self–injury as a behaviour reflecting complex psych

The approach recognises self–injury as a behaviour reflecting complex psych. This book is intended to be a sourcebook for all those who work with people who self–injure, whether in the health and social services, forensic services or the voluntary sector. The approach recognises self–injury as a behaviour reflecting complex psychosocial difficulties in distressed individuals. The topic of self–mutilation is defined and located within the range of other self–destructive behaviours such as parasuicide. A detailed examination of the origins and functional nature of self–injury forms the basis for the authors? recommendations towards providing services in this area.

lx Self-injury support and self help groups Karin Parker and Hilary Lindsay Bristol Crisis Service for Women 1998 .

lx Self-injury support and self help groups Karin Parker and Hilary Lindsay Bristol Crisis Service for Women 1998 This booklet is for anyone interested in setting up or being involved in a self-help group. ww. elfinjurysupport. International Universities Press, New York.

Babiker, Gloria, and Lois Arnold. Women and Self-Injury. International Journal of Women’s Studies 8:465–75. Leicester, UK: British Psychological Society. Bargh, John . Katelyn Y. A. McKenna, and Grainne M. Fitzsimons. Can You See the Real Me? Activation and Expression of the ‘True Self’ on the Internet. Journal of Social Issues 58:33–48.

This book explores cultural and historical aspects, as well as the causes and functions that self-injury serve. Therapy with people who self-mutilate is discussed in detail. A framework is provided for professionals facing this behaviour at work.
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