Friday 06 November 2020
2pm - 4pm
Self-harm is a sensitive and complicated subject but usually involves individuals causing pain or injury to their own body as a way of managing emotional or mental issues and stress. This online course is designed to provide you with an understanding of self-harm and you will come away with a general understanding of what self-harm is, how common it is, and how to help affected individuals.
Outline of Programme
- What is self-harm?
- A statistical analysis of self-harm.
- Variations of self-harm.
- Self-harm as a concept.
- Reasons individuals may self-harm.
- Case studies.
- Managing risks associated with self-harm.
- Helping affected individuals.
You may be expected to engage in a number of group activities. Our experienced trainers will be on hand to help guide participants through these sessions and a certificate will be awarded upon completion.
£5 deposit will be refunded once you have attended this virtual session.
Reserve your place here and make sure to collect your free wellbeing box from the event!
The Clare Foundation aims to make Buckinghamshire the happiest county in Britain.
They are a charity that brings together key stakeholders, partners, businesses and charitable organisations to facilitate and create positive change across society in Buckinghamshire. Their mission is to bring the forces together to tackle the root causes of unhappiness.
They facilitate multi-stakeholder projects and programmes bringing together charities, businesses and key infrastructure organisations such as Buckinghamshire Council. They offer free advice and support to charities and not-for-profit organisations in order to help them become more effective and efficient both informally and through formal programmes such as their Charity and Middle le Leader Forums, Charity Excellence Programme and the Bid Writing Support Programme.