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$199.00

Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

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Self-injury is an expression of acute psychological distress. It is an act done to oneself, by oneself, with the intention of helping oneself rather than killing oneself. In this online course, learn how to distinguish between non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal ideation, coping techniques for someone who is self-injurious, ways in which media contributes to the normalizing of self-injurious behaviors, misconceptions associated with self-injurious behaviors and individuals and risk factors for youth who self-injure. Course consists of reading and final test. CEs included.

Learning Objectives

The participant will be able to:

  • Distinguish between non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal ideation and identify at least one characteristic of each.
  • Identify at least two indicators of the cognitive processing of someone who is self-injurious.
  • Identify at least two alternative suggestions or coping techniques for someone who is self-injurious.
  • Identify three ways in which media contributes to the normalizing of self-injurious behaviors.
  • Identify three misconceptions associated with self-injurious behaviors and individuals.
  • Identify three risk factors for youth who self-injure.
Course Creator/Instructor: Denise Zimmermann
Please Note:

This course takes approximately 6-hours to complete. You do not have to complete it in one sitting. Once you purchase this course you will have access to it for 1-year (365 days). You must complete it in that time period. You may renew it for another year for an additional fee if necessary.

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