In order to support a young person who engages in self-harm, it is important that you have a basic understanding of why they engaged in this behaviour, and they couldn't find another way to express their:
The Supporting Young People Who Self-Harm course allows delegates to explore the causes of self-harm and provides methods and practices that can be used in supporting a young person who engages in it. It covers both the links and differences between self-harm and suicide and advises on intervention and treatment.
Why Choose This Course
Exploring the effects of working with a Young Person who Self-Harms, the training that the course provides covers procedures such as:
Understanding the reasons why young people self-harm
How to support young people who have self harm, and
How to minimise the harm they have caused
The training explores social attitudes and the effects of working with or caring for a Young Person who Self-Harms. Participants will learn more about supporting people who self-harm, understanding why they do it and how to get it under control with techniques such as harm minimisation.
"It made me think 'outside the box' and I liked the way how all comments were valued."
- M.C. - Adullam Homes Bury Floating Support
Duration of course: One Day
All our attendance certificates are professionally printed and endorsed by our provision awards.
Cost: £550 per course
Price is based on a group of 12 Students, with a £55.00 charge for each additional student. The maximum number of delegates is venue dependent.
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