The session delivered by Psychological Approaches CIC and will provide participants with a trauma informed perspective of self-harm. An overview of how the roots of self-harm lie in the person’s attachment history will offer participants a compassionate way to understand the behaviours, and inform caring approaches for supporting clients.
Learning outcomes include:
- Awareness of what is meant by self-harm and its relevance to mental health distress
- Awareness of the triggers which might cause someone to self-harm
- Awareness of stigma associated with self-harm
- Awareness of how to engage with and support someone who may be self-harming or considering suicide
- Awareness of relational factors which may help to prevent of self-harm
- Consideration of how family and friends may support people who self-harm
- Awareness of support and treatment options available to individuals and families in relation to self-harm
Who can attend?
Anybody who feels they need an introduction training on Self Harm can attend. Failure to attend following booking will incur a DNA charge. Registrations are only possible online via link below, only the participants attending the workshops should register; managers should not book on behalf of colleagues. If spaces are full, please add name to waiting list.
How will the training be delivered?
All sessions are delivered virtually. Delivery format will be a mixed of lecture format and interactivity.