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Table 1 Demographic characteristics for the ICT, intensive contextual treatment for self-harm and dropout group. The figures are percentages, unless noted otherwise

From: Preliminary evaluation of an intensive integrated individual and family therapy model for self-harming adolescents

  ICT (n = 49) DROP-OUT (n = 5)
Adolescents’ age: M (SD) 14.6(1.3) 14.4(1.1)
Female gender 85.7 100
Adolescents’ origina
 Sweden 91.8 80.0
 Other countries in Europe 6.1 0
 Outside Europe 2.0 20.0
Mothers’ origina
 Sweden 84.1 80.0
 Other countries in Europe 12.5 20.0
 Outside Europe 3.4 0
Fathers’ origina
 Sweden 81.6 80.0
 Other countries in Europe 10.3 20.0
 Outside Europe 8.0 0
Living conditions
 Mother only 34.7 20.0
 Father only 2.0 0
 Mother & father 46.9 80.0
 Mother & father alternately 12.2 0
 Other 4.0 0
Parents’ highest educational levela
 Elementary school 18.6 0
 High school 35.4 60.0
 Municipal adult education 9.3 0
 University 33.7 40.0
Parents’ primary source of incomea
 Employment 80.2 80.0
 Self-employment 14.0 10.0
 Parental leave 1.2 0
 Unemployment or social benefits 4.7 10.0
Households’ gross income (EUR)a
 Reported by the mothers: M (SD) 4574(2172) 4742(3050)
 Reported by the fathers: M (SD) 5284(2059) 5290(3118)
Experiencing income sufficienta
 Yes 60.2 60.0
 No 34.1 40.0
 Not reported 5.7 0
Drugs for mental health problemsa
 Yes 77.3 30.0
 No 22.7 70.0
Psychiatric diagnosisa
 Yes 62.1 30.0
 No 37.9 70.0
Been victimized/traumatized
 Physically 8.2 0
 Psychologically 14.3 20.0
 Sexually 14.3 20.0
 Multi traumatized 10.2 40.0
 Reported yes but not described 14.3 20.0
 No 38.0 0
Average days of inpatient carea: M (SD) 8.9(31.6) 7.5(13.3)
  1. Note a = reported by the parents