Overcoming Self-harm and Suicidal Thinking, Liz Quish
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Overcoming Self-harm and Suicidal Thinking

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Crisis Counsellor Liz Quish presents this practical guide for parents and others caring for young people who engage in self-harming and suicidal thinking based on her many years of working with vulnerable teenagers. Filled with insight and advice, her book offers a uniquely integrated, whole-person approach, focusing on all aspects of wellbeing: social, emotional and physical; outlines the purpose and function of self-harming behaviours and dispels the myths about self-harm while also offering strategies to support a teenager who self-harms; and offers key insights into suicide risk factors and preventative measures while also providing guidance for those who have lost a loved one through suicide or who are supporting a person through a suicide bereavement.
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