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How You Can Help The Self-Injuring Person

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Mental Health and Referral Services

Greater Houston Wellness www.greaterhoustonwellness.com Your source of local resources, professional health services and loads of information and links for you.
Big Brothers & Sisters 713-271-5683 Older Peer Support
Bo's Place 713-942-8339 Grief Support (5-18 yrs)
Crisis Intervention
   Spanish Hotline
Crisis & Suicide Intervention
Crisis Intervention Teen Line 713-529-8336 Crisis & Suicide Intervention
Family Health Services 800-422-2956 Information and Referral Services
Houston Area Women's Center 713-528-2121 Support Services-Rape-Abuse
Mental Health Assoc. of Greater Houston 713-522-5161
Information and Referral Services
MHMRA Crisis Clinic 713-970-7070 24 hr Emergency Psychiatric Clinic
Micki Washburn, MA, LPC, NCC 11811 East Freeway, Suite 331
Houston TX 77029
Treatment of Depression
LGBT Issues - Individuals, families and couples
Women's Issues
Sports Psychology/ Performance Enhancement
Relationship Enhancement
Life Transitions
NAMI 281-367-2314 Family Support-Education
Peace of Mind 713-783-1620
OCD Support Group and Resouces
Texas Youth Hotline 800-210-2278 Peer Counseling
The Cutting Edge P.O. Box 20819
Cleveland, OH 44120
Self-Injury Newsletter
UT-Houston Psychiatric Services 713-500-2500 Adult & Child Outpatient Clinic

Inpatient/Residential Treatment

Menninger Clinic 800-351-9058
ww w.menningerclinic.com
Specialty Diagnostic And Treatment Programs For Adolescents And Adults. -Houston, Texas
SAFE Alternatives Program 800-DON'TCUT
A nationally recognized inpatient treatment approach, professional network and educational resource base, which is committed to helping you and others achieve an end to self-injurious behavior. - Illinois & Texas
Timberline Knolls 877-257-9611
Timberline Knolls believes every woman ages 12+ has the potential to be the best she can be, even if she's been affected by an eating disorder, addiction, self-harming or other destructive behavior. -Illinois
West Oaks Hospital 713-995-0909 Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment. -Houtson, Texas

Other Resources

Jeffery S. Brown, M.D., F.A.C.E.
909 Dairy Ashford, Suite 205
Houston, TX 77079
281-589-2681 Internal Medicine,
Endocrinology and Metabolism
Voted one of Houston's "Top Docs" by Texas Monthly Magazine 2006 and H Texas Magazine 2007
Endocrinology Associates of Houston
Neil Badlani, M.D., M.B.A.
950 Campbell Rd.
Houston, TX 77024
713-464-0077 Neil Badlani, M.D., M.B.A. is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in minimally invasive spine surgery. He practices at The Orthopedic Sports Clinic in Houston, TX.
Paul Homsy, M.D.
Copperfield Psychiatry
7825 Highway 6 North #101
Houston, TX 77095
281-500-6970 Specializing in Adult Psychiatry.
Carl D. Vitek, D.C
505 S. Mason Rd.
Katy, TX 77450
281-579-1116 Chiropractic Preventive Family Health Care
Austin Davis austindavis@ev1.net Austin Davis ... America's funniest exercise and weight loss specialist!
Hank's Gym
5320 Elm St.
Houston, TX 77081
713-668-6219 Professional Gym/Fitness Experience for
"Likeminded individuals"
Texas Liver Coalition
Hepatitis C Support
Charles Modlin, MD
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH
216-444-6400 Minority Men's Health Center
Sue Roberts, Quickbooks Pro
Statements Plus
Statements Plus can perform every aspect of your company's financial needs. We specialize in small to medium sized businesses.
cyfair.ourblok.com Magazine highlighting local resources.

Private Schools

The Joy School One Chelsea Blvd.
Houston, Tx 77006
Fax 713-523-5660
The Joy School is committed to helping children with learning differences reach their academic, social, and creative potential by providing an environment that is safe, supportive and innovative such that they can learn successfully. K-8

The Briarwood School

12207 Whittington Drive
Houston, Tx 77077
Fax 281-493-1343
A school for children with learning differences. K-12

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Self-Injury Reading List

Cobain, B. (1998). When Nothing Matters Anymore. A survival guide for depressed teens. Free Spirit Publishing Inc.

Alderman, T. (2000). The Scarred Soul: Understanding & Ending Self-Inflicted Violence. Youthlight, Inc.

Conterio, K. and Lader, W. (1998). Bodily Harm: The Breakthrough Healing Program for Self-Injurers. Hyperion.

Favazza, A. (1996). Bodies Under Siege: Self-Mutilation and Body Modification in Culture and Psychiatry (2nd ed).

Hyman, J. W., (1999). Women Living with Self-Injury. Temple University Press.

Johnson, K. (1989). Trauma in the Lives of Children. Hunter House Inc.

Kettlewell, C. (1999). A Memoir: Skin Game. St. Martin's Press

Levenkron, S. (1998). Cutting: Understanding & Overcoming Self-Mutilation. Youthlight, Inc.

Levenkron, S. (1997). The Luckiest Girl in the World. Scribner.

Strong, M. (1998). A Bright Red Scream: Self-Mutilation and the Language of Pain. The Penguin Group.

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