Self Harm and Psychotherapy Counselling & Therapy
Self-harm is often used as a way of coping with difficult and painful feelings. Self-inflicted physical attacks on the body can sometimes be a way of trying to cope with difficult emotions, feelings and relationships that feel impossible to manage. Feeling isolated, disconnected from life, worthless, angry or out of control, may lead someone to make attempts to evacuate, manage and control difficult thoughts and feelings by self-harming.
At the Cavendish Psychotherapy Practice in London, we will help you express, process and regulate your emotions and feelings so you feel less overwhelmed. We will help you develop more effective coping strategies.