Check out new guidelines for reporting on NSSI written by Dr. Nicholas Westers and other ISSS members!
This website based at Cornell University offers a wide range of information about self-injury, including information for those who self-injure and those who can play a supportive role. This includes parents and families, schools, and professionals
You can learn more about the CRPSIR on their website.
Provides empirically-informed current information and resources about self-injury to individuals who self-injure, including coping guides and recovery stories. SiOS also provides guides for families; friends; romantic partners; schools; and various health and mental health professionals.
Learn more about SiOS at http://sioutreach.org/
Non-suicidal self-injury Training 101, provided by the Cornell Research Program on Self Injury and Recovery, provides evidence-informed training for professionals who directly work with students who self-injure.
LifeSIGNS is the user-led small charity creating understanding about self-injury. Learn more about LifeSIGNS on their website.
S.A.F.E. Alternatives is a nationally recognized treatment approach, professional network, and educational resource base. S.A.F.E. Alternatives is committed to helping people achieve an end to self-injury.
Learn more on their website here.
This website offers resources for health professionals, as well as general information for anyone wanting more information about self-injury.
Learn more at www.self-injury.org.au