Author Caroline Kettlewell talks about her new memoir “Skin Game” (St. Martin’s). When she was twelve, she began cutting her own skin in an attempt to relieve anxiety. She kept this guilty secret for twenty years. Psychologist Christine Courtois joins her to talk about this underrecognized disorder, which is on the rise among teenagers.


  • Caroline Kettlewell Author
  • Dr. Christine Courtois Psychiatric Inst. of Washington

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