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Self-harm means hurting yourself on purpose. Some people self-harm as a way to release painful emotions, such as low self-worth, poor body image, depression, or anxiety.

Self-harm is a coping mechanism that has both physical and emotional consequences, from infection to shame to putting yourself at risk for more severe actions such as suicide. (If you feel like you may take your own life; immediate support is available. Please call 800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741.)

If you self-harm, help is available to learn other coping mechanisms that are better for your physical and emotional health. The first step is talking to a trained therapist who can help you understand your behaviors, their root causes, and how to feel better.

Wherever you are located in Oregon from Albany to Tigard or even Keizer, or anywhere else nearby, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

How can self-harm therapy help you?

A self-harm therapist can help you address the root causes of self-harm and get you to a more stable, comfortable place in your life. Specifically, a therapist for self-harm can help you:

  • Develop positive coping mechanisms
  • Learn to regulate your emotions
  • Heal sources of pain such as past trauma
  • Feel more confident in who you are
  • Relieve feelings of anxiety and depression
  • Understand and prevent triggers

If you are still curious of how a self-harm therapist can help you, read this personal story about self-harm, trauma, and the benefits of therapy.

Get Self-Harm Therapy Today!

If you are self-harming, you should seek professional treatment as soon as possible. You deserve to learn new ways to cope that help you improve your life. There are proven treatments and tools available to you.

Mental Health Match can help you find an experienced self-harm therapist in your area. Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Together we will discover or rediscover healthy coping strategies that give you a sense on contentment.


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Together we will discover or rediscover healthy coping strategies that give you a sense on contentment.

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I will walk alongside you to explore what is coming up for you and provide that space to process through it.

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  • Depression
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Seeking mental health is no different than seeing a doctor if you have a broken leg. I believe that we all can find stability and balance in life. I will collaborate with you on making and achieving relevant goals.


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Together, we will:

Seeking mental health is no different than seeing a doctor if you have a broken leg. I believe that we all can find stability and balance in life. I will collaborate with you on making and achieving relevant goals.

Something to know about my approach is:

I meet with each individual where they are. When it's appropriate I can be bold and I am not afraid to talk about difficult things

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  • Depression
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Justice Arledge remote and phone therapy in Oregon, Washington