Bibliothèque de ressources familiales Kaitlin Atkinson
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Bleeding to ease the pain: cutting, self-injury, and the adolescent search for self / Plante, Lori G. -- Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010.
This book features the stories of self-injurers and helps readers understand this troubling trend, the meaning of the injuries, and how to help teens with their struggles. The author explains in clear detail how cutters and the adults who love them can heal the pain and stop self-injury.
FAM RC 552 .S4 2010
Cover up: understanding self-harm / Freeman, Joan. -- Dublin: Veritas, 2010.
A guide for parents, teachers, therapists or anyone who lives with, supports or provides therapy for people who self-harm.
FAM RC 552 .S4 F74 2010
Cutting: understanding and overcoming self-mutilation / Levenkron, Steven -- New York: Norton, 1998.
Gives insight to those who don't understand what self-mutilation is. Written for the self- mutilator, parents, friends, and therapists, the author explains why the disorder manifests in self-harming behaviors and, most of all, describes how the self-mutilator can be helped.
FAM RC 552 .S4 L48
Cutting it out: a journey through psychotherapy and self-harm / Smith, Carolyn -- London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2006.
Explores what drives someone to harm themselves and the struggles encountered in the therapeutic process. Appeals to therapists, counselors, people who self-harm, as well as their families and friends.
FAM RC 552 .S4 S63 2006
Freedom from self-harm: overcoming self-injury with skills from DBT and other treatments / Gratz, Kim L.; Chapman, Alexander L. -- Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publication, 2009.
This complete guide to stopping self-injury gives you the facts about self-harm, corrects common myths about this behavior, and provides self-soothing techniques you can begin using right away for regulating difficult or overwhelming emotions. This book also includes self-assessment worksheets, guidance for seeking professional help, and information about the most effective therapies and medications. Drawn from treatments such as dialectical behavior therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy, the tools in this book can help you cope with your emotions whenever you feel the urge to self-harm.
FAM RC 552 .S4 G72 2009
The hair pulling "habit": how to solve the trichotillomania puzzle / Golomb, Ruth Goldfinger. -- Silver Springs, MD: Writers' Cooperative of Greater Washington, 2000.
A guide for kids and teens, parents and therapists about trichotillomania, a treatment plan and powerful strategies to help people resist the urge to pull their hair.
FAM RC 569.5 .H34 G65 2000
Life after self-harm: a guide to the future / Schmidt, Ulrike -- Hove, East Sussex: Brunner-Routledge, 2004.
This book is written for individuals who have harmed themselves. It is based on a program that has been used and tested by professionals. It includes many case histories.
FAM RC 552 .S45 S35 2004
The parent's guide to self-harm: what parents need to know / Smith, Dr. Jane. -- Oxford: Lion, 2012.
Answers are presented to parents and caregivers to help understand and cope with the young people who turn to self-harm in order to cope with the pressures of modern living.
FAM RC 552 .S4 S65 2012
Stopping the pain: a workbook for teens who cut & self-injure / Shapiro, Lawrence E. -- Oakland, CA: Instant Help Books, 2008.
There are a lot of reasons why teens hurt themselves. None of them are your fault. You can't change your past, but there is a lot you can do, right now, to make your future a place you'd like to spend some time, a place free from the pain, loneliness, and isolation of cutting. This workbook offers a way for you to make it happen. The exercises will help you explore why you self-injure and give you lots of ideas how you can stop. The book will help you learn new skills for dealing with issues in your life, reduce your stress, and reach out to others when you need to. Work through the book, or just check out the sections that speak to you the most. This is your own personal and private road map to regaining control of your life.
FAM RC 552 .S4 S52 2008
When your child is cutting: a parent's guide to helping children overcome self-injury / McVey-Noble, Merry E. -- Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc. 2006.
Provides information and advice about why self-injury occurs and how to identify it, how to communicate effectively with your child, how to choose the best professional help and how to support the child's recovery.
FAM RC 552 .S4 M38 2006
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Un adolescent qui s’automutile – CHEO / What you Need to Know About: Self Harm – From CHEO
Jeunesse J’écoute / Kids Help Phone
Santé mental Canada / Self-Injury - Mental Health Canada
Kids Health – Information for Kids, Teens and Parents from the Nemours Foundation
L’automutilation – Association canadienne pour la santé mentale / Self-Injury - Canadian Mental Health Association
Self-Injury/Cutting – The Mayo Clinic
Self-Injury - Mental Health America
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Toujours à l’écoute / Always There
● Jeunesse j’écoute / Kids Help Phone
● gratuit / Free
● anglais et français / English and French
● Dernière mise-à-jour 2016 avril / Last updated April 2016
● L’application Toujours à l’écoute offre un espace protégé par mot de passe pour recueillir tes émotions au courant de la journée, et pour accéder à des pensées inspirantes, des conseils pour prendre soin de toi et des blagues qui ont le but de t’aider à gérer le stress. Le kiosque d’info offre beaucoup d’information sur la santé émotionnelle ainsi que d’autres sujets. Enfin, l’application peut également te connecter directement avec un intervenant de Jeunesse J’écoute par téléphone, ou à notre service de clavardage pendant ses heures d’ouverture. / The Kids Help Phone app provides a password
protected space for you to log your feelings during the day, as well as youth-submitted inspirational quotes, tips on taking care of yourself, and jokes aimed at helping you cope with stress. The Info Booth has lots of information on emotional health topics and more. Finally, the app can also connect you directly with a Kids Help Phone counsellor over the phone, or during certain hours, Live Chat.
● Disponible depuis / Available from Google Play & iTunes
Mental Health Helpline
● From ConnexOntario Health Services Information
● Last updated April 2015
● From Google Play: Are you or a loved one experiencing signs of a mental health issue? It can seem overwhelming to find out where and how to get the right help.The Mental Health Helpline app provides access to information about mental health services in Ontario. You can use the application to quickly and anonymously contact a professional Information and Referral Specialist 24/7, 365 days a year via phone, email, or chat. The Mental Health Helpline can help connect you with local services that can:
- provide information about counselling services and supports in your community
- listen, offer support and provide strategies to help you meet your goals
- provide information on how to access these services or programs
- provide basic education about mental illness
- connect friends and family to supportive community resources
These services are free, confidential and anonymous. We’re happy to talk to you, even if you’re just looking for general information. We are the first place to start for help
● Available from Google Play and iTunes
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Association canadienne pour la santé mentale – Section d’Ottawa / The Canadian Mental Health Association - Ottawa Branch
1355 Bank Street, Suite 301
Ottawa, Ontario K1H 8K7
PLEO - Lignes de secours de l’est de l’Ontario / PLEO - Parent’s Lifelines of Eastern Ontario
Notre linge d’aide téléphonique est disponibledu lundi au vendredi de 9h à 19h / Our Helpline is Staffed Monday and Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Jeunesse j’écoute / Kid’s Help Phone
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Mise-à-jour : 2016 juin
Liens verifiés : 2016 juin