Self-injury

Self-harm is when someone hurts themselves on purpose, usually as a way of coping with difficult emotions. A person might harm him or herself to express pain, anxiety, or other emotions or to maintain a feeling of control over his or her body when other situations in life seem outside his or her control.

Therapy can help people who self-injure develop other coping mechanisms to address their emotional pain. The therapist works with an individual to discuss these feelings, identify the source of the emotional pain, and develop strategies to manage and reduce that pain.

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