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(CBC) External Links calgaryconnecteen (Note: CBC does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external links.) The number of girls being hospitalized for intentionally cutting or poisoning themselves has more than doubled in Canada, according to Statistics Canada withschools and distress centres in Calgary saying they’re being inundated. “It was sort of overwhelming the emergency departments,” said Jody Primeau, who supports guidance counsellors in Calgary’s Catholic school district. MORE ALBERTA NEWS | Parents charged in toddler’s meningitis death told by nurse to consult doctor, court hears “And so they wanted to work with the schools to, a)identify the risk, and also to ensure schools were aware.” Between 2009 and 2014,the hospitalization rates for girls between the ages of 10 and 17 in Canada who intentionally self-harm more than doubled, according to a Statistics Canada report on the health of girls and women. Spike in Calgary The Calgary Distress Centre saw a spike in the number of kids reporting self-harm late last year, saysVanessa de Souza,coordinator of the centre’s “ConnecTeen” youth line. “But that also co-exists with other mental health issues. So things like anxiety, mentalhealth, depressionwere also on the rise,” she said. A changing society could be one of the reasons for the increase in the number of girls being hospitalized for intentionally cutting or poisoning themselves, says Raechelle Paperny, a registered psychologist at Juno House in Calgary. (Juno House ) “Sometimes when peopleare struggling, they may use that as coping and if they’re that young and they haven’t really learned any other coping skills, then they may tend to use self-harm as a way of dealing with things.” Changing society According to the Statistics Canada report, poisoning and cutting are the most common methods of self-harm. A changing society could be one of the reasons for the increase, saysRaechelle Paperny,a registered psychologistat Juno House in Calgary. “There’s so much more technology and disconnect,” she said.
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