Intentional Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Clinic
Intentional self-harm (non suicidal self Injury) is not suicide, but it may become suicide. If the intent of suicide is to die, the intent of self-harm is to avoid suicidal impulses. Many a time, individuals use these self-harm and suicide to cope with significant emotional pain they experience. The pain could stem from relationship failures, death of loved ones, job losses, medical illnesses etc. Both intentional self-harm and suicide attempters need comprehensive evaluation and care to prevent similar episodes in future. At the Intentional Self-harm and Suicide Prevention Clinic, we carry out thorough assessment using most suitable clinical instruments and deliver empirical as well as theoretically sound brief treatment package based on mindfulness, cognitive behavioural and narrative schools of psychotherapy. We are empathic, non-judgmental and offer a safe space for you to regain autonomy over your lives.
- Comprehensive suicide and intentional self-harm risk assessment
- Provide brief and effective psychological treatment
- Follow up over telephone for six months
- Recommend detailed personality evaluation and appropriate referrals for couples or family therapy
MOHAN RAJU S