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More children are self-harming since the start of the pandemic. Here's what parents and teachers can do to help

By Emily Berger, Lecturer, Monash University
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Self-harm is often a response to mounting stress and uncertainty. So it’s not surprising rates have gone up during the pandemic. Self-harm can be a means to cope and establish control over emotions.

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