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Selfharm: The Path to Recovery Paperback – 22 Aug 2008
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About the Author
Kate Middleton is a psychologist with a particular interest in the way our emotions affect us. She's passionate about helping people keep emotionally healthy in spite of what life throw's at them, & making sure they reach their full potential. She's a church leader working with Hitchin Christian Centre and is also a speaker and author. Kate spends a lot of time explaining that she isn't married to Prince William. She is the author of several books including Eating Disorders and First Steps out of Eating Disorders. She is the former Director of the organisation, Anorexia and Bulimia Care.
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They start with looking at what self harm is and how it develops as people struggle to cope with intense emotions. They look at how people recover from self harm with strategies for expressing the emotion that feels overwhelming and overcoming negative thought patterns. The final section of the book contains excellent advice for parents, youth workers and others who want to help those who self harm. Interwoven are real life stories from young people who have self harmed, and the road they are on to recovery. These moving accounts ground the theory in the reality of people's lives.
Ultimately this is a very hopeful book, showing that recovery is possible but being realistic about how it happens.