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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Pauline Heslop; Andrew Lovell
|Description:||159 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Dimensions of self-injury / Pauline Heslop and Andrew Lovell --
Social approaches to understanding self-injury / Pauline Heslop --
Psychoanalytic approaches to understanding self-injury / Pauline Heslop and Richard Curen --
The voice of experience: people with learning disabilities and their families talking about how they understand self-injury / Pauline Heslop and Fiona Macauley --
Minimising harm / Helen Duperouzel and Rebecca Fish --
What people with learning disabilities say helps them / Pauline Heslop and Fiona Macauley --
Family voices / Andrew Lovell --
Psychoanalytical approaches in practice 1 / Valerie Sinason --
Psychoanalytical approaches in practice 2 / Noelle Blackman and Richard Curen --
Self-injury and loss of sense of self / Phoebe Caldwell --
A relational approach to understanding our responses to self-injury / Gloria Babiker --
Concluding comments: towards an integrated approach to self-injury and summary of implications for practice / Andrew Lovell and Pauline Heslop.
|Responsibility:||edited by Pauline Heslop and Andrew Lovell.|
This welcome book on self-injury has been put together by some of the best practitioners working with people with learning disabilities in the UK today. They have succeeded in bringing together
- Learning disabled -- Medical care.
- Self-injurious behavior -- Treatment.
- Self-Injurious Behavior.
- Disabled Persons -- psychology.
- Learning Disorders -- psychology.
- Personer med utvecklingsstörning.
- Självskadebeteende -- prevention.