Addressing Self-Harm in Our Children
Forms of self-harmThe way a child might be participating in self-harm could seem like a compulsive behavior or something that wouldn't be taken into any particular consideration. If your child is repeatedly participating in these behaviors, it is critical to get them assess and into treatment if necessary, as soon as possible.
- Head banging
- Hair pulling
- Poisoning with household items
- Poisoning with drugs and alcohol
- Over-picking of the skin
If your child is struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, there is help and there is hope. Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center offers the premiere residential adolescent treatment program in the south. Call us today for information: 662-598-4214