Special Interest Groups

ISSS is home to a number of special interest groups dedicated to research in a specific area related to self-injury. Each group comprises a range of voices, including individuals with lived experience, clinicians, researchers, and advocates, and is led by an ISSS member.

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Lead: Dr. Glenn Kiekens

The Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) Special Interest Group focuses on how EMA can be used in research to better understand self-injury.

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Lead: Prof. Stephen Lewis

The Lived Experience Stigma and Recovery Special Interest Group focuses on the lived experience of self-injury, paying particular attention to issues related to stigma and recovery.