Adolescent mental health is a rapidly evolving area of study that has yet to be truly understood, and one of the newest topics of discussion is digital self-harm. Because digital self-harm has yet to be researched extensively, it’s likely that educators aren’t familiar with the ins and outs of this behavior.
That’s why ManagedMethods putting digital self-harm under the microscope — to help school districts understand the phenomenon and what they can do to help. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the basics and highlight some strategies you can use to detect and prevent self-harming behavior of all shapes and sizes.
Before getting ahead of ourselves, let’s review self-harming behavior in general, which can be broken down into two types:
- Traditional self-harm
- Digital self-harm
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