The Psychology of Self Harm and Behaviour Course

Organization: Step Up International UK

Venue: North Stafford Hotel Town Centre

Location: Stoke-on-trent, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 14, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Mar 14, 2013 / 4:30 pm - (GMT)
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 “The Psychology of Self Harm & Behaviour Course has given me an insight into the psychological effects of self harm as well as giving an idea of triggers to self harm. Also how to always look at the underlying issues at all times and looking beyond the behaviour together with effective strategies to work around.”

Kathryn Arrowsmith, HMYOI Werrington Prison Service

 

 

By the end of the Course, you will:

Ö       Have an awareness of the underlying emotional and psychological challenges, patterns and beliefs that might precede the self harm

Ö        Be able to interpret better the Positive intentions relating to self harm

Ö        Be more aware of how YOUR behaviour could have a positive or negative impact on people experiencing self harm

Ö        Be more confident in your ability to support someone who self harms

Ö        Be able to use effective language and communication to those self harming

Ö        Have a better appreciation of the remedies and treatment options for people who self harm

Ö        Be equipped with a range of tools and strategies that you can use to support individuals who self harm

 

“We really enjoyed our day with you and staff gave good feedback at our staff meeting. I had not intended to disclose what I did, a bit of a light bulb moment. When I understood the self harm behaviour better, the guilt I had been carrying around seemed to melt away. So many thanks for making it such a comfortable environment.”

Jayne Hudson, Manager, Solihull Care Housing Association Ltd

 

 

“The Course has opened my eyes to the complexity of self harm and the numerous factors that can affect how children feel and perceive themselves.”

Jo Spencer, Bishop Challoner Catholic College “The Psychology of Self Harm & Behaviour Course has given me an insight into the psychological effects of self harm as well as giving an idea of triggers to self harm. Also how to always look at the underlying issues at all times and looking beyond the behaviour together with effective strategies to work around.”

Kathryn Arrowsmith, HMYOI Werrington Prison Service

 

 

By the end of the Course, you will:

Ö       Have an awareness of the underlying emotional and psychological challenges, patterns and beliefs that might precede the self harm

Ö        Be able to interpret better the Positive intentions relating to self harm

Ö        Be more aware of how YOUR behaviour could have a positive or negative impact on people experiencing self harm

Ö        Be more confident in your ability to support someone who self harms

Ö        Be able to use effective language and communication to those self harming

Ö        Have a better appreciation of the remedies and treatment options for people who self harm

Ö        Be equipped with a range of tools and strategies that you can use to support individuals who self harm

 

“We really enjoyed our day with you and staff gave good feedback at our staff meeting. I had not intended to disclose what I did, a bit of a light bulb moment. When I understood the self harm behaviour better, the guilt I had been carrying around seemed to melt away. So many thanks for making it such a comfortable environment.”

Jayne Hudson, Manager, Solihull Care Housing Association Ltd

 

“The Course has opened my eyes to the complexity of self harm and the numerous factors that can affect how children feel and perceive themselves.”

Jo Spencer, Bishop Challoner Catholic College

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Step Up International UK