Clinical Articles

Understanding and responding to self-injurious behaviours

There is an undeniable stigma associated with self-injurious behaviours. In frequently under-resourced and over-loaded medical systems, it is understandable that health professionals might experience frustration when a patient presents with self-inflicted injuries (e.g. from NSSI) or physical sequelae of ‘deliberate’ behaviours (e.g. severely disordered eating, substance misuse).... Read More...