Published on in Vol 4, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

Exploring the Therapeutic Affordances of Self-Harm Online Support Communities: An Online Survey of Members

Exploring the Therapeutic Affordances of Self-Harm Online Support Communities: An Online Survey of Members

Exploring the Therapeutic Affordances of Self-Harm Online Support Communities: An Online Survey of Members

Authors of this article:

Neil S Coulson1 Author Orcid Image ;   Emma Bullock1 Author Orcid Image ;   Karen Rodham2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Dodemaide P, Joubert L, Merolli M, Hill N. Exploring the Therapeutic and Nontherapeutic Affordances of Social Media Use by Young Adults with Lived Experience of Self-Harm or Suicidal Ideation: A Scoping Review. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2019;22(10):622 View
  2. Smith F, Jones C, Gracey F, Mullis R, Coulson N, De Simoni A. Emotional adjustment post-stroke: A qualitative study of an online stroke community. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2021;31(3):414 View
  3. Williams A, Nielsen E, Coulson N. “They aren’t all like that”: Perceptions of clinical services, as told by self-harm online communities. Journal of Health Psychology 2020;25(13-14):2164 View
  4. O'Leary K, Coulson N, Perez-Vallejos E, McAuley D. Towards understanding how individuals with inflammatory bowel disease use contemporary social media platforms for health-related discourse. Computers in Human Behavior 2020;112:106463 View
  5. Allen S, Wetherell M, Smith M. Online writing about positive life experiences reduces depression and perceived stress reactivity in socially inhibited individuals. Psychiatry Research 2020;284:112697 View
  6. Atanasova S, Petric G. Collective Empowerment in Online Health Communities: Scale Development and Empirical Validation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e14392 View
  7. Perkins V, Coulson N, Davies E. Using Online Support Communities for Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders: Online Survey of Users’ Experiences. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e18099 View
  8. Kruzan K, Whitlock J, Bazarova N. Examining the Relationship Between the Use of a Mobile Peer-Support App and Self-Injury Outcomes: Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(1):e21854 View
  9. Kruzan K, Whitlock J, Chapman J, Bhandari A, Bazarova N. Young Adults’ Perceptions of 2 Publicly Available Digital Resources for Self-injury: Qualitative Study of a Peer Support App and Web-Based Factsheets. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e41546 View
  10. Durham S, Odegaard J, Reiner W, Sancaktutar A, Klien J, Kropp E, Kilicarslan A, Kropp B. “We the BE”: An educational mobile health application for children and families affected by bladder exstrophy-epispadias-cloacal exstrophy complex. Journal of Pediatric Urology 2023;19(3):325 View
  11. Soós M, Coulson N, Davies E. Exploring Social Support in an Online Support Community for Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders: Analysis of Postings. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(10):e34403 View
  12. Cliffe B, Stallard P. University students’ experiences and perceptions of interventions for self-harm. Journal of Youth Studies 2023;26(5):637 View
  13. Kruzan K, Fitzsimmons-Craft E, Dobias M, Schleider J, Pratap A. Developing, Deploying, and Evaluating Digital Mental Health Interventions in Spaces of Online Help- and Information-Seeking. Procedia Computer Science 2022;206:6 View
  14. Coulson N, Buchanan H. The Role of Online Support Groups in Helping Individuals Affected by HIV and AIDS: Scoping Review of the Literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(7):e27648 View
  15. Brennan C, Saraiva S, Mitchell E, Melia R, Campbell L, King N, House A. Self-harm and suicidal content online, harmful or helpful? A systematic review of the recent evidence. Journal of Public Mental Health 2022;21(1):57 View
  16. Dodemaide P, Merolli M, Hill N, Joubert L. Therapeutic Affordances of Social Media and Associated Quality of Life Outcomes in Young Adults. Social Science Computer Review 2023;41(1):44 View
  17. Lobban F, Coole M, Donaldson E, Glossop Z, Haines J, Johnston R, Jones S, Lodge C, Machin K, Marshall P, Meacock R, Penhaligon K, Rakić T, Rawsthorne M, Rayson P, Robinson H, Rycroft-Malone J, Semino E, Shryane N, Wise S. Improving Peer Online Forums (iPOF): protocol for a realist evaluation of peer online mental health forums to inform practice and policy. BMJ Open 2023;13(7):e075142 View
  18. Lu Y, Wang X, Su L, Zhao H. Multiplex Social Network Analysis to Understand the Social Engagement of Patients in Online Health Communities. Mathematics 2023;11(21):4412 View
  19. Stänicke L, Hermansen M, Halvorsen M. A transitional object for relatedness and self‐development—A meta‐synthesis of youths' experience of engagement in self‐harm content online. Child & Family Social Work 2024;29(1):270 View
  20. Wright W, Howdle C, Coulson N, De Simoni A. Exploring the Types of Social Support Exchanged by Survivors of Pediatric Stroke and Their Families in an Online Peer Support Community: Qualitative Thematic Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2024;26:e49440 View
  21. Holm M, Østergaard L, Aamund K, Jørgensen K, Midtgaard J, Vinberg M, Nordentoft M. What methods are used in research of firsthand experiences with online self-harming and suicidal behavior? A scoping review. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry 2024;78(3):165 View
  22. Delvallée M, Garreau R, Termoz A, Ploteau P, Derex L, Schott A, Haesebaert J. What are the available online resources targeting psychosocial burden among stroke survivors and their informal caregivers: A scoping review. DIGITAL HEALTH 2024;10 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hunter N. Trauma and Madness in Mental Health Services. View