Tracy Alderman, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who lives in San Diego, CA. She is director of research and a core faculty member at the University for Humanistic Studies, an adjunct instructor of psychology at Chapman University, and a staff psychologist for the California Department of Corrections. She consults, lectures, and writes on a variety of topics, including self-inflicted violence.
This book is insightful, non threatening and the least likely to be used as a how-to book by those who self-harm. I recommend it for clarity and usefulness. Read morePublished on Aug. 27 2002
This book is helpful, but only for those near an injurer, not for the injurer themself. It can be a little boring and everything is typical. So there's not much for it.Published on Dec 2 2001 by Katie Rose
I self-injure and have read many books. This one was diffrent. It helped me understand what was going on and why I was feeling a certain way. Read morePublished on Nov. 9 2001 by "courtneyn84"
This book was THE best book on self injury i have read up to date. it not only explores the idea of self injury, but how you can help yourself. Read morePublished on Oct. 1 2001 by T. Parker
This book is well written and easy to read and follow. The exercises are excellent and very helpful. I was very impressed by the extensive research done. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2000 by A. Brink