This book is an excellent contemporary account of self injury and approaches to supporting people who self injure it includes a detailed and comprehensive section on harm reduction and each chapter concludes with an informative learning into practice section. Self injury essentials social justice embodiment harm reduction kay inckle department of sociology lse drawing from the book safe with self injury and focusing on three essential requirements for understanding and responding helpfully to self injury social justice embodiment and harm reduction. Self injury is an umbrella term that can be used to describe many different behaviours according to the national patient safety agency self injurious behaviours encountered in an inpatient environment include self cutting burning poisoning and strangulation . This event draws on researcher practitioner and service user perspectives it highlights the importance of user led online services the role of alcohol and self injury and the importance of social justice and harm reduction to understanding and responding helpfully
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