By Their Own Young Hand: Deliberate Self-Harm and Suicidal Ideas in Adolescents

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Subject
Index
absenteeism 35, 44
abuse 58, 66, 80–1, 181, 191
active consent 35–6
aftercare 188–9, 191
age factors 67–8, 133
alcohol consumption
coping strategies 98, 100
gender differences 66
psychosocial assessment 149
risk of self-harm 76–7, 181
self-report
questionnaires 26–7, 196–7
anger 56
anonymity 24–5, 44, 67–8, 164, 166–7
see also confidentiality
antidepressants 157, 187–8
antisocial behaviour 75
anxiety 71–3, 123, 138
appraisal of stressors 96–7
Asian groups 69, 78, 180
asynchronous communication 165
attempted suicide 12, 13–14, 46
attention seeking 108, 219
attitudes to self-harm 106–8, 188
Australian Mental Health Triage Scale 142
awareness 109, 120–6
Beck Suicide Intent Scale 146–7
biases 24, 35
bibliotherapy 160–1
bisexuality 81, 182
boyfriends/girlfriends 82
boys 177
see also gender differences
buffer model 96 bullying 79–80, 181–2
CASE see Child and Adolescent Self-harm in Europe
chat rooms 167
Child and Adolescent Self-harm in Europe (CASE) Study 25, 45, 47, 70
ChildLine 162
clinical needs 190–1
clinical studies 21–2, 52–3
Cobain, Kurt 170
cognitive behaviour therapy 153–4
cognitive therapy 188–9
Columbia Teen Screen
programme 127
communication 95–7, 102, 134–5, 165, 183, 214
community-based studies 21–2
confidentiality 133, 136, 162, 166–7, 210 see also anonymityconsent 35–6
consumer information 167–8
contact addresses 225–9
contagion 129, 192, 211–12
coping strategies
guidelines 207
mental health awareness programmes 126
psychosocial assessment 149–50
self-report questionnaires 31–2, 98–101
skills training programmes 123
transactional model 96–7
copycat behaviour 168–9
corporal punishment 80
counselling 125, 162
crisis intervention 152–3
data collection methods 23–5
deliberate self-harm
definitions 11, 29, 194–5
impact 60–1
investigation 21–39
methods used 48–52, 54–6, 59, 151, 205
motives 29–30, 52–6, 145–7, 176, 179, 203–4
prevalence 40–8, 174–5
Depression
families of self-harmers 60
gender differences 66
medication 157
problem-solving skills 152, 185
psychosocial assessment 138, 147–8
repeated self-harm 58
risk of self-harm 71–3, 123
self-cutters 55–6
dialectical behaviour therapy 155, 191
drug use 27, 66, 75–6, 149, 181, 197
see also overdoses
eating behaviours 74–5, 197–8

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