Young girls are self-harming at alarming rates

Young girls are self-harming at alarming rates – and it’s

Voices Young girls are self-harming at alarming rates – and it’s time we stopped blaming it on body image. We must not bury our heads in the sand any longer.

Young girls are self-harming at alarming rates – and it’s

It is extremely disturbing, but unfortunately not surprising, that so many teenage girls are self-harming.

Young women and girls are self-harming at an increasing

Since 2009 the number of young girls harming themselves has been increasing at an alarming rate. Now doctors, parents, and peers are working together to fight the increase.

HARM’S WAY: Why are girls hurting themselves | Newcastle

YOUNG girls are self-harming at alarming rates, with the number of 10 to 14-year-olds admitted to hospitals in the region nearly doubling over the past five years.

Self-harm rises sharply among tween and young teen girls

Nov 21, 2017 · Among girls and young women ages 10 to 24, those between 15 and 19 consistently had the highest rate of emergency department visits for self-injury: 625 per 100,000 girls in 2015.

Teen Girls Report Higher Rates of Self-Harm Than Boys

About 1 in 4 teen girls and about 1 in 10 teen boys in the U.S. report deliberately harming themselves without suicidal intentions, a new report has found—one of the first to examine self-harm

We need to help girls help themselves and stop them self

Self-harm rates among teenage girls have doubled in the past 20 years – and social media may well be to blame (posed by model) It’s a staggering rise — and that is just the reported cases.

Self Harm and the Alarming Rise in Teenager Girls

Although suicide rates are on the rise for both boys and girls in the US, the rise in self-harming behaviours is limited to girls. Self-harming behaviours including cutting, poisoning and overdosing on drugs are strong indicators of suicidal intentions or co-occurring mental illness such …

NHS figures show ‘shocking’ rise in self-harm among young

Young Minds is concerned that children who self-harm and then turn to the internet for help could come across unhelpful information about, and even encouragement to continue, their behaviour.

New statistics reveal dramatic increase in self-harm

«The prevalence rates for example in 15 to 16-year-olds are close to 10 per cent in girls and about three or four per cent in boys, we know that from a big international study that Australia

‘Steep rise’ in self-harm among teenage girls – BBC News

Since 2001, girls have had much higher rates of self-harm than boys – 37.4 per 10,000 compared with 12.3 in boys. Children as young as six self-harming in Wales schools .