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Understanding Motivation to Self-Mutilate
2 CEUs Understanding Motivation to Self-Mutilate

Excerpt of Bibliography referenced in
Track #7 - Untangling a Complex Web: How Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
and Suicide Attempts Differ

Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, MFT CEUs

About the authors
-Jennifer Muehlenkamp, Ph.D. ([email protected]), is a licensed Clinical psychologist, and Assistant Professor In the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, Her research broadly encompasses understanding risk and protective actors in self-destructive behaviors, and her clinical work focuses upon the treatment of mood disorders, personality disorders: and self-harm behaviors.

-Patrick L. Kerr, PhD., is an Assistant Professor, Clinical psychologist, and researcher in the Department of 8ehavioral Medicine and Psychiatry at West Virginia University School of Medicine in Charleston, WV. His research and Clinical work focus on assessment and treatment of severe psychopathology, the treatment and prevention of suicide and non-suicidal self-injury, and emotion regulation.

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