Therapy for Self-Injury in Long Island

Therapy for self-harm can provide you with answers, solutions, and hope.

Self Injury is Common on Long Island

Self injurious behavior is a very serious and common problem today. Cutting, scratching, burning, head banging are just some of the ways people can engage in self-harm. The behaviors themselves can be quite serious when they occur as intended. In addition to that, there are also risks of infection, or cutting deeper than expected or hitting your head harder than expected, which could lead to unanticipated consequences.

Common Self-Injurious Behaviors

There are many theories about why we might engage in these behaviors. Some people may cut to feel something when they have felt numb for too long. Others may burn themselves to calm down or stop themselves from feeling the anxiety. At times, you may hurt yourself to punish yourself because you think you are worthless or deserve it because of what you have done.

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Therapy for Self-Injury or Cutting in Long Island

If you or a loved one is engaging in self-injurious behavior and want help, it is important to get professional help. Our therapists can work with you to understand the function of the self-injury. In some way it is likely serving a purpose, even though it is harmful in some ways, it may be helping you to cope with something that is very challenging. Our therapists will help you to understand what you can do to reduce self-harm and develop other coping strategies.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT and DBT Skills) for Self-Harm in Rockville Centre

If you or a loved one are hurting yourself and want help, please call my office at (646) 260-0703.

The Long Island therapists at my office can answer questions you have about our services and can schedule an appointment if you decide you would like to seek supportive therapy.

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