Various dates from June – November 2023
This course will allow the space for participants to openly explore thoughts/feelings and to have open conversations about self-harm. This workshop will allow the space for participants to have open conversations about self-harm, including unpacking our own feelings and attitudes around self-harm (including thinking about our own faith, beliefs, life experience) and acknowledge them so that we are informed of how they may present and impact the support we provide.
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NOTE there is a £75 charge that will be enforced for failure to turn up following booking, or cancellations less than 10 days prior to course.
**Limited numbers apply early. Joining instructions will be send 48 hours prior to delivery date**
Trainer Bio – Sarah Tahsildar
Sarah is a Qualified Social Worker and has over 15 years’ experience of working in the health and social care sector, including domestic abuse services, children centres, adoption and fostering teams and homelessness services. Sarah now works as a Learning and Development Practitioner, and the Mental Health faculty Lead for ‘Training for Mental Health’. Sarah has in recent years led on the delivery of Mental Health & Suicide Prevention training to the workforce of North East London. She is a licensed trainer of many national and internationally accredited programmes including Mental Health First Aid packages for Adult and Youth, safeTALK, ASIST, Suicide First Aid and The ASK (assessing suicide in kids) Workshop. She is also one of the founding members of TTEO (Through The Eyes Of) Virtual Reality based training programme aiming to increase understanding and empathy in mental health.
What previous attendees have fed back:
“The layout and the training was very helpful as it highlighted potential risk factors and helpful support strategies that can be used to help people struggling with self-harm”
“The trainer’s delivery was excellent- she was exceptionally engaging and gave everyone importance. Her subject knowledge was brilliant.”