Treatment For Self-Harm

Self-harm, or self-injury, is a behavior where individuals intentionally inflict physical harm on themselves as a coping mechanism for emotional or psychological distress. This condition often coexists with mental health issues like depression and anxiety and can be a precursor to more serious actions, such as suicide attempts.

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Symptoms of Self-Harm

Teens exhibiting self-harm may show various signs, including:

  • Visible injuries like cuts or burns
  • Frequent “accidents” or injuries
  • Wearing long sleeves or pants even in hot weather to cover injuries
  • Seclusion and withdrawal from social interactions
  • Behavioral changes like increased impulsivity or aggression
  • Expressions of hopelessness or worthlessness
Treatment for Self-Harm

How We Treat

Self-harm is a complex condition often rooted in psychological distress. Our treatment programs are designed to address both the mental and behavioral aspects of self-injury.

Our diverse network of behavioral health treatment centers ensures individualized, comprehensive care.

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Seeking treatment for self-harm is crucial as it helps individuals understand and address the underlying emotional issues causing their behavior, thereby improving their overall mental health and well-being. It also provides the necessary tools and support to build resilience and regain a sense of control over their lives.

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