Self-Injury & Recovery Resources [web resource]
The Self-Injury & Recovery Resources (SIRR) website is part of the Self-Injury & Recovery Resources research program at Cornell University. The website summarizes the research program work and provides links and resources to self injury information.
Learn more about self-injury:
- What is self-injury?
- How common is it?
- Why do people self-injure?
- Detection, intervention, & treatment
See categorized resources to help you better understand self-injury:
- Self-injury basics, myths & facts
- Detection, intervention, & disclosure
- School protocols
Recovering from self-injury is both a journey and an experience with many stages. Learn about the recovery process.
Resources are free and available for public use and distribution. The Self-Injury & Recovery Resources research program at Cornell University asks that their research program is appropriately cited as the source.
Source: Cornell University, College of Human Ecology | Self-injury & Recovery Resources (SIRR), http://www.selfinjury.bctr.cornell.edu | © 2022 The Cornell Research Program for Self-Injury Recovery
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