This article from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs describes recent findings in the relationship between trauma and self-injury with a full list of references following.
"Psyke.org is a non-profit site. It’s an ongoing effort to collect information related to self injury in one place on the web." This site offers many useful articles as well as personal stories, poetry, pictures and coping techniques.
Publication from the ACT Youth Center of Excellence, a collaboration of Cornell University, University of Rochester, and New York State Center for School Safety. Part of the Research Facts & Findings series.
This site contains a great deal of information on self-injury, including articles, tips, personal accounts, and helpful lists of further resources.
This is a Web site created by Deb Martinson. The following is part of her description of the Web site, found in the "About" section:
"The information here comes from the five years I've spent listening to, talking with, and skills-coaching people who self-injure; peer-reviewed journals; books; internet surveys; and other sources (see references). Many people have told me their stories and contributed immensely to this site. Without their generosity, this page would be impoverished. If this site can help you feel as though your burden is no longer one you carry alone, I'll feel I've repaid them."