Have you or a loved one cut or caused yourself pain intentionally to reduce emotional pain? Has your loved one started to wear concealing clothing even in hot weather? Have you noticed suspicious injuries, such as cuts, bruises or scars?
You or your loved one may use self-harm as a way of managing overwhelming emotions. Unfortunately, the relief self-harm brings is only temporary and can create a negative cycle for mental health. Through self-harm treatment, you can learn more effective coping mechanisms that result in a better overall quality of life.
What Does Self-Harm Treatment Do?
Self-harm treatment is designed to identify the root causes of self-injury and the underlying issues that contribute to the behavior. From there, your therapist can recommend safer, more effective coping strategies that can address your struggles.
- Address the Underlying Issues That Cause Self-Harm Behaviors – Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, Trauma, etc.
- Learn Other Coping Mechanisms Better Suited to Resolve These Matters
- Develop a Positive Support System for Life Struggles
- Discover the Truth about Self-Injury – What It Feels Like vs. What It Actually Does
- Improve Your Self-Image, Self-Worth, and Interpretation of Your Unique Strengths
- Work with a Licensed Therapist Who Specializes in Self-Harm Treatment
Your therapist at CNLD Testing & Therapy will help you address the underlying emotional concerns that led to the self-harm impulses, while also building healthier coping strategies. This is all done through compassionate, non-judgmental support with a counselor who specializes in self-harm treatment.
Confidential Counseling for Children, Teens, Adults and Families
CNLD Testing & Therapy provides a wide range of therapy services. Some people benefit from individual counseling for self-harm treatment, while others do best in family counseling. You or your child may enjoy a combination of services to work through struggles on a personal level and family level. No matter what path you choose, our experts are here to help.
- Family Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Child Counseling
- Teen Therapy
- Depression Counseling
- Anxiety Counseling
- Addiction Counseling
- And Other Mental Health Services