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Self-harm is when a person intentionally injures or harms their own body. Some young people self-harm to help them cope with challenges in their life, like school or body image, or as a way to communicate their distress non-verbally. A lot of people don’t understand self-harm and don’t know how to talk about it. This makes it very difficult for a self-harming young person to go to them for help and support.
This course will explain the different types of self-harm, the most common reasons behind self-harm, and what to you if you or someone you know is self-harming. There are ways to control it and there are always people to talk to who will understand.
In this course we will look at:
This course has been created by a leading expert on the subject. A panel of young people has reviewed the course to ensure it is young person friendly.
Should you have any questions before, during, or after the course then please speak to a responsible adult.
Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.