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LCC ‘children and young people who self-harm’

We have just heard that we have been re-awarded the contract to deliver our ‘children and young people who self-harm’ course for Lancashire County Council. Having already delivered 25 courses over the last 12 months, we are really looking forward to continuing to work with LCC and their children and young people’s workforce.

 
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Are you someone with personal experience of self-harm?

If you have personal experience of self-harm and would like to use your experiences to educate and inform others then we would be happy to talk to you to discuss the possibility of you  joining our team of trainers. You would be fully supported and mentored from the onset and a good place to begin

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Impact Assessment Survey

In March 2014, Lancashire County Council commissioned us to deliver a series of 15 training courses on the subject of ‘children and young people who self-harm to their children and young people workforce. As a result of the demand for places on this course, we were recommissioned to deliver an additional 10 courses between Sept

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Regan’s interview on BBC One

Regan, one of our specialist trainers, speaking about the impact of having experienced over 50 different placements during the time she spent growing up in the care system. If you missed it you can see the interview at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcone (at 7.38 am) Regan now draws on these experiences when delivering our ‘understanding and responding to self-harm’

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The impact of domestic violence on children and young people

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new course ‘the impact of domestic violence on children and young people’. This course equips participants with the confidence and knowledge to support children and young people who are struggling to deal with the impact of witnessing/experiencing domestic violence. As with all our courses, we would

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Changing Faces: Skin Camouflage Workshop

Regan, one of our specialist trainers delivered a powerful presentation at the workshop held in Manchester on 16th October 2014. Feedback from the organiser included the comment “I wanted to let you know how AMAZING the session was! It was such a useful, powerful, insightful session Regan delivered and everyone there got a huge amount out

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Message from Bristol Crisis Service for Women re national helpline for females who self-injure.

“I am emailing you from Bristol Crisis Service for Women. As you may know, we’re a national charity which supports girls and women affected by self-harm. (You can view our website here: www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk). My colleague Naomi is currently in the process of developing and setting up a new national helpline service for females who self-injure.

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Self-Harm: Minimising Harm, Maximising Hope

Harm-ed are really excited to let you know that this summer’s edition of Asylum; The magazine for democratic psychiatry is now available. This special edition on self-harm came out of a conference in Sept 2012 that harm-ed co-hosted with The University of Central Lancashire and Manchester Metropolitan University. It was an an amazing day and

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Recent feedback

We recently delivered training for MIND in Wales and here is the feedback from the manager ” I have had glowing feedback from staff on this training and I am pleased to hear that engagement and participation was good.  Thank you for providing us with an excellent example of training that is relevant and of benefit

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New Course!

Harm-ed are really proud to announce the launch of a brand new course ‘WALKING IN THE SHOES OF A CHILD IN CARE’: From emergency placements, planned moves, the anticipation of reviews or secure units, the trainer will talk from their incredibly emotional and powerful experience and equip you with the insight to be able to

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