This video debuted at the Child Mind Institute's Third Annual Child Advocacy Award Dinner on December 12, 2012. produced by Academy Award-winner Ross Kauffman and Raeshem Nijhon of Imagine Health, it shows how transformative the Child Mind Institute's approach to science can be—and how it is already changing the lives of families in need.
Harvard researcher Matthew Nock describes the reasons or 'functions' that might drive people to self-injury. A key insight ...
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