ICSES is a recognized, interdisciplinary and international research group consisting of several leading researchers who study nonsuicidal self-injury. ICSES is committed to developing and evaluating evidence-informed guidelines for responding to NSSI in schools. Dr. Hamza is a member of ICSES.
Please click here to visit: http://icesgroup.org
SiOS is a non-profit outreach initiative from our collaborators at Guelph and McGill University that provides information and resources to individuals who self-injure, parents, teachers, and mental health practitioners.
Please click here to visit: http://sioutreach.org
In this infographic, Dr. Hamza and her ICSES collaborators highlight recommendations for policies on nonsuicidal self-injury, and offer advice to students, teaching staff, and mental health practitioners about how to support students who self-injure
In this infographic, Dr. Hamza and her ICSES collaborators highlight some helpful strategies for parents of young persons who are self-injuring.
In this infographic, Dr. Hamza and her ICSES collaborators discuss the road to self-injury recovery, and offer some strategies for supporting your child as they recover.
Note: This PDF is not accessible to screen-readers, please find the text content here: For Parents: Stages of Change