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25 years KJT
Annual Report 2015
Many children, adolescents and parents use the various services offered by the Kanner-Jugendtelefon if they have problems or questions. Annual Report 2015 (PDF)
17.5. International Child Helpline Day
30.5. World Play Day
A few examples from our artists
Thanks to all the children who participated
Informations about Self-harming
Self-harm, also called self-injury, self-mutilation, or simply cutting, is defined as any intentional injury to one's own body.
Self-harm covers a wide range of behaviors including cutting, burning (or "branding" with hot objects), scratching, banging or hitting body parts, Hair-pulling (trichotillomania), needle sticking, picking at skin or re-opening wounds (dermatillomania), eye pressing, finger or arm biting, bone-breaking, ingestion of toxic substances or objects.
Usually, self-harming leaves marks or causes tissue damage. Most who engage in self-harming act attempt to hide their behaviour.