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MO 5-18 Too Deep to Hurt: Understanding & Treating the Self-Injurer Techniques JC
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MO 5-18 Too Deep to Hurt: Understanding & Treating the Self-Injurer Techniques JC

 Export to Your Calendar 5/18/2018
When: 05/18/2018
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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NASW-Missouri Chapter Office
308 E High St
Suite 206
Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
United States
Contact: NASW-Missouri Chapter
573-635-6965


Online registration is available until: 5/16/2018
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Too Deep to Hurt:  Understanding & Treating the Self-Injurer Techniques

 

Presented by Nigel Darvell, ACSW, LCSW, CAC

 

6.0 Clock Hours

 

This workshop will address the challenges of working with the individual who self-injures, usually referred to as “cutters’. This workshop will explore reasons why people engage in self-inflicted violence, the clinical profile of a self-injurer. Behavioral interventions and self-directed analysis will be featured along with strategies and treatment goals.  This workshop will explore whether self-injury is pathological syndrome or rebellious behavior. This workshop will also provide the clinician with what is involved in completing a risk assessment and how to perform an analysis of self-harm questionnaire with the client. The impulse control model will be examined and strategies and treatments will be discussed. What treatment providers need to know will also be addressed along with methods for the self-injurer that can be helpful or harmful.  Treatment goals and treatment planning will also be explored in this workshop.

 

This workshop will equip the clinician with the following:

 

  1. Understanding why people engage in self-directed violence
  2. Assessment and evaluating the specific treatment needs of this population
  3. The gender differences
  4. Strategies, interventions and treatment planning will be explored.
  5. Common mistakes and pitfalls made in treatment
  6. Care for the self-injurer and the provider to avoid burnout
  7. Assessment tools and analysis of self-harm behavioral forms will be handed out for the clinician to use in session
  8. Methods to stop a person from self-injuring and methods that do not help
  9. Resources and support for the treatment provider in working with the self-injury population

 

Registration 8:00 am, workshop 8:30 am - 4:00 pm 

Registration fees-NASW Members $125.00, Other Professional $165.00

Our online system identifies late fees as Early Bird savings, however, our printed catalog identifies them as late fees charged.  These calculations and deadline dates will be the same online or in the catalog.
Registration Deadline Late Fees: 2 weeks prior add $15.00; 1 week prior add $25.00; and 24 hours prior add $40.00

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