Self-harm is an increasingly recognised phenomenon and one of the strongest predictors of suicide, which continues to be one of the leading causes of death in young people world-wide. Self-harm can take many forms and may present with or without suicidal intent and both in the context of mental disorder, and without.
Self-harm & Suicide
JCPP Advances 2023 Lectures ‘What the research tells us; Anxiety, Neurodiversity, Suicide, and Genetics’
This free webinar features a series of five fantastic 10-minute lectures from leading researchers, academics and practitioners on key topics in the field of child and adolescent mental health.
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- FREE live stream
Practitioner Review: Common elements in treatments for youth suicide attempts and self-harm – a practitioner review based on review of treatment elements associated with intervention benefits
Paper from the JCPP – ‘This review highlights key treatment elements associated with efficacy that community practitioners can incorporate in their treatments for youth presenting with suicide/self-harm behaviors.’ Jocelyn I. Meza (pic) et al.Read more
In this ‘Papers Podcast’, we are joined by Dr. Naomi Warne (pic) and Dr. Helen Bould to discuss their JCPP paper, ‘Emotional dysregulation in childhood and disordered eating and self-harm in adolescence: prospective associations and mediating pathways’.Read more
A qualitative study of young people’s lived experiences of suicide and self-harm: intentionality, rationality and authenticity
Open Access paper from the CAMH journal – ‘Using semi-structured interview methods and reflexive thematic analysis, this study explores how 24 young people aged 16–24 in Scotland, UK made sense of their lived experiences of suicidal thoughts and feelings, self-harm, and suicide attempts.’ Hazel Marzetti (pic) et al.Read more
ACAMH open access journal JCPP Advances has been selected for coverage in APA PsycINFO, beginning with the 2023 volume.Read more
Review: Interventions to prevent or manage self-harm among students in educational settings – a systematic review
Open Access paper from the CAMH journal – We conducted a systematic review of five databases (Medline, PsycINFO, ASSIA, ERIC and BEI) for quantitative studies evaluating interventions to reduce self-harm among students in schools, colleges and universities. Rasanat Fatima Nawaz (pic) et al.Read more
Emotional dysregulation in childhood and disordered eating and self-harm in adolescence: prospective associations and mediating pathways
Open Access paper from the JCPP – We examined prospective relationships between childhood emotional dysregulation and disordered eating and self-harm in adolescence; and social cognition, emotional recognition, and being bullied as mediators. Naomi Warne (pic) et al.Read more
‘Suicide and self-harm; The Research, The Evidence, The Interventions’ Emanuel Miller Memorial International Online Conference
Bookings closed. A critical topic that all those working in the field of child and adolescent mental health should know about. Learn about the latest research, the different types of interventions, and the evidence base that supports this.
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- Emanuel Miller International Conference
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Internet based intervention (Emotion Regulation Individual Therapy for Adolescents) as add-on to treatment as usual versus treatment as usual for non-suicidal self-injury in adolescent outpatients: The TEENS randomised feasibility trial
Open Access paper from JCPP Advances – “We assessed the feasibility of Internet based Emotion Regulation Individual Therapy for Adolescents (ERITA) in psychiatric outpatients aged 13–17 years who engaged in NSSI”. Britt Morthorst et al.Read more