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Understanding & Treating Self-Injury (Part I & II)

Self-Mutilation: A growing ineffective means to cope with anger, frustration and disappointment, self-mutilation can cause great concern and challenges for mental health professionals. Learn dynamics involved in this maladaptive practice as well as treatment modalities. Teen Suicide: Adolescents have a higher potential for attempting and completing suicide than the adult population. Completed suicide ranks as the third cause of death for teens. In order to reduce this devastating trend, health care workers, teachers, clergy and parents need to understand some of the underlying causes of teen depression and suicidal ideation. Assessment tools that include physical, emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual components will be included. 

Social Workers/Psychologists/MFCCs CE Hours: 4

NBCC: 4 Clock Hours/0.4 CEUs


Course is available for 30 days from the time of purchase.


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