Self Harm: Training for Adoptive, Kinship and Foster Parents


Understandably, foster and adoptive parents may feel disturbed when a child engages in self harm by carving on the body, reckless self-injury, hair pulling, risky behavior or threatening suicide. Meet five families whose children participate in these types of self harm. Offering valuable input about these behaviors is Dr Delaney.

Author: Foster Parent College - Delaney, Rick
Additional Author: Northwest Media, Inc
ISBN: F7022
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