Here are some red flags to look for: Collaborative partnership Service user representation Effective practice Driving change Overcoming stigma and discrimination. You may also see our posters and talkingisharmless plasters dotted around in various locations to promote awareness and conversation.
As in previous years, the conference will be shaped around the following five strategic areas: The number drops to 4 percent among adults. Events you might like: We have created the hashtag talkingisharmless, which we feel embodies our ethos that the most important thing is to talk about self harm. Accept Read Cookies Policy. Claire has been a specialist trainer with Harmless since November 2016.
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Mar 29. She is taking far too long to write a book and to fill the gap has recently produced an Android and iOS app with free confidence boosting resources.
Mon, Nov 4 9: Mon, Jul 8 9: Save This Event Log in or sign up for Eventbrite to save events you're interested in. Her sessions consistently receive excellent feedback with delegates often commenting upon the 'realness' and 'relatability' of her delivery style. Date and Time Tue, October 9, 2018 2: Alex recently returned to education and completed her BSc Hons Degree in Health and Social care at Lincoln University, during her time at Lincoln University Alex started volunteering for local organisations within the care sector.
The most common forms of self-harm include:.
Mon, Oct 7 9: This is the first of four talkingisharmless articles, which we hope will raise awareness of self harm, debunk myths, and provide information on how to get help for self harm. Among teenagers, an estimated 15 percent will experience some form of self-injury. Please help to spread awareness by sharing this article. Verify Your Insurance. Enter the code as shown below: