Treating Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents | Psychiatric Times

Deliberate self-harm (DSH) is a behavior in which a person commits an act with the purpose of physically harming himself or herself with or without a real intent of suicide.

A pregnant schoolgirl at a school for pregnant teenage girls in South Africa's capital, Pretoria. Photo: AFP/Stephane de Sakutin

A pregnant schoolgirl at a school for pregnant teenage girls in South Africa's capital, Pretoria.

Gender inequality and HIV | AVERT

Gender inequality and HIV

Tackling gender inequality is key to reducing women’s vulnerability to HIV and ending the global epidemic as well as wider development goals.

Gender inequality and HIV | AVERT

Gender inequality and HIV

Tackling gender inequality is key to reducing women’s vulnerability to HIV and ending the global epidemic as well as wider development goals.

HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women | UNAIDS

HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women

Birth Rates (Live Births) per 1,000 Females Aged 15–19 Years, by Race and Hispanic Ethnicity, Select Years. Click on image for data point details.

Teen Birth Rates Fall to Record Low. Today’s big demographic news is cause for celebration – the CDC announced that teen birth rates in the United States are at an all-time low – down 60 percent in 23 years.

Psychological Models « ARISE Life Skills

Psychological Models « ARISE Life Skills

Gender Differences in Adolescent Depression: Gender-Typed Characteristics or Problem-Solving Skills Deficits? - Springer

Gender Differences in Adolescent Depression: Gender-Typed Characteristics or Problem-Solving Skills Deficits? - Springer

Trait emotional intelligence, psychological well-being and peer-rated social competence in adolescence - Mavroveli - 2010 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology - Wiley Online Library

Trait emotional intelligence, psychological well-being and peer-rated social competence in adolescence - Mavroveli - 2010 - British Journal of Developmental Psychology - Wiley Online Library

Hope, Friends, and Subjective Well-Being: A Social Network Approach to Peer Group Contextual Effects - Parker - 2014 - Child Development - Wiley Online Library

Research on adolescence has previously shown that factors like depression and burnout are influenced by friendship groups. Little research, however, has considered whether similar effects are present for.

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