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Dd very low....self harming?

(3 Posts)
Icedcakeandflower Sun 09-Dec-12 16:51:22

I agree, make an urgent appointment with your GP and ask for a referral to CAHMS. In some areas, you may be able to self-refer to CAHMS.

I'm so sorry to hear you're going through this <holds hand>. My dd went through a very difficult time at the same age, but her school were luckily on the ball.

Selks Sun 09-Dec-12 16:38:18

I'd go with her to your GP and request a referral to CAMHS to be honest.

sahs1969 Sun 09-Dec-12 06:29:21

Hi,
Having real concerns about AD age 12 at the moment, she has been wiring notes saying how she feels, using words like lonely, sad, depressed, alone, tired and upset. Then last night she showed me her wrist as she said it was sore, she told me she's been playing with scissors at school and they had scratched her wrist....very very superficial but to me it does look like an intentional cut? The this morning on her mobile she showed me her phone and it had a comment saying" some days I wish I'd wake up and not be here", apparently something she found on BB about a young girl who recently committed suicide due to bullying at school.....now I am really concerned but just don't know where to go.....her school and I are at log a heads at the moment as they are not meeting her needs at all.....she finds the work very challenging, hates the actual school work, but does enjoy going to school and says she has fun and enjoys it?
Help? Any advice on where to turn to....please don't say senco as she is not being in the slightest bit helpful with all the other issues.
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