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Understanding self harm: Hidden pain and visible scars
Sat 7 January 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 GMT
We know that 1 in 10 people are affected by self-harm, and self-harm affects people of all races, ages, genders, sexual oritentation, and religions. There is reseach to suggest that there are some groups of people who are at more risk of self-harm.
In response to a need of supporting communities and professionals who work with communities who self-harm, Imaan Therapy will be hosting a series of workshops in 2017, with the first workshop with the theme of self-harm. This workshop will look to explore and aid all who attend to develop an understanding of self-harm.
What is self-harm?
Why might a person self-harm?
Myths about self-harm
What do I do if a person tells me that they are self-harming?
What can we do to support a person who self-harms?
*For therapists - is there a best therapeutic approach when working with people who self-harm?
This event is open to all.
Please direct queries via email@example.com.