. . . the right care at the right time


Blog posts with a category of Self Injury.

FBI "Special Agent in Charge” with a special message for kids

Special agent Foley at Miller Elementary

By Kevin Sendi, Executive Director, New Oakland

What I like best about the FBI is that I’m not on any of their most wanted lists – at least I don’t think I am. What I also like a lot about the FBI is that SAC (Special Agent in Charge) Robert D. Foley III, Michigan’s FBI bureau chief, took the time to personally address bullying, a topic we at New Oakland take very seriously.

SAC Foley came to Miller Elementary School in Dearborn for a “Defeat the Label” assembly, where 98.7, AMP Radio, musical guests and New Oakland gave the children practical advice on how to curb bullying in their schools. Continue reading

Newsletter – Q1 2012

Issue 6 – First Quarter 2012

Mental Health & Self-Injury
Understanding Self-Injury
Meet One of New Oakland’s Child-Psychiatrists
Who is More Likely to Engage in Self-Injury?
Warning Signs, Kid’s Zone
How is Self-Injury Diagnosed?
How is Self-Injury Treated?
What is the Outlook for People Who Engage in Self-Injury?

Click to read