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Long, Maggie (2017) ‘We’re not monsters ... we’re just really sad sometimes:’ hidden self-injury, stigma and help- seeking. Health Sociology Review, Online . [Journal article]


Long, Maggie, Manktelow, Roger and Tracey, Anne (2016) “Knowing that I’m not alone”: client perspectives on counselling for self-injury. Journal of Mental Health, 25 (1). pp. 41-46. [Journal article]

Lynch, Louise, Long, Maggie and Moorhead, Anne (2016) Young Men, Help-Seeking, and Mental Health Services: Exploring Barriers and Solutions. American Journal of Men's Health, n/a . pp. 1-12. [Journal article]

Moorhead, Anne, Long, Maggie and Hendron, Jill (2016) A log-on a day keeps the doctor away - Communication and language factors influencing social media use for health interactions. In: International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Heidelberg, Germany. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare. 1 pp. [Conference contribution]


Long, Maggie, Manktelow, Roger and Tracey, Anne (2014) The Healing Journey: Help Seeking for Self-Injury Among a Community Population. Qualitative Health Research, Online . pp. 1-13. [Journal article]


Long, Maggie, Manktelow, Roger and Tracey, Anne (2013) We are all in this together: Working towards a holistic understanding of self-harm. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 20 (2). pp. 105-113. [Journal article]


Long, Maggie and Jenkins, Mary (2010) Counsellors' perspectives on self-harm and the role of the therapeutic relationship for working with clients who self-harm. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 10 (3). pp. 192-200. [Journal article]

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