A descriptive study of feelings of arrested escape (entrapment) and arrested anger in people presenting to an emergency department following an episode of self-harm.
AffiliationDerbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
University of Derby
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AbstractTo explore the role of elevated feelings of anger and desires to escape (fight/flight), which are experienced as inhibited, blocked, and arrested (i.e., arrested anger and arrested flight/escape leading to feelings of entrapment). This descriptive study developed measures of arrested anger and arrested flight and explored these in the context of a recent self-harm event in people presenting to a Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED).
CitationClarke, M. et al (2016) 'A Descriptive Study of Feelings of Arrested Escape (Entrapment) and Arrested Anger in People Presenting to an Emergency Department Following an Episode of Self-Harm', Frontiers in Psychiatry, Vol 7, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00155.
JournalFrontiers in Psychiatry
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