By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain five motivations for self-injurious behavior.
-Explain two ways clients can experience self-injury and the role of dissociation.
-Explain three impacts of poor psychiatric hospitalization.
-Explain three predictors of self-injurious behaviors in adolescents.
-Explain two self-injurious thoughts and behaviors.
-Discuss three roles of parents in adolescent self-injury.
-Discuss six self-injury behavior therapy techniquest.
-Discuss two self-efficacy techniques for self-injury.
-Discuss six mental and personality disorders related to self-harm.
-Describe three arguments in characterizing self-injurious cognitions.
-Discuss two effects of cultural values on self-harm.
-Discuss four ways on how self-injuring affect relationships.
-Discuss three dialectal behavior therapy for self-injury.
-Explain five interventions for self-injury.
-Name one definition of pathological narcissism.
-Name two potentially important biological factors related to destructive Self-Injurious Behavior (SIB) behavior.
-Explain what treatments doctors used in the first half of the twentieth-century as they continued to describe anorexia as a biological and psychological disturbance.
-Explain how did the prevalence rates of SIB compare between genders.
-Name two common traits of self-injurers.
-Explain what did procedures that increased pain sensitivity in rats also increase.
-Explain the term "appraisal."
-Explain the strength in utilizing the linear model for assessing interpersonal violence.
-Explain the actions of a therapist who has unresolved conflicts over aggressive or sadistic impulses and controls them by reaction formation.
-Explain how the ritual may prepares the participant psychologically for a spiritual experience when the self-mutilation is ritualized, as it often is.
-Name what two sociological types are most prone to be committed to the values of the inmate system and to utilize self-injury for purposes consistent with their values.
-Explain how do self-mutilators describe their instruments of self-harm.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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