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The Psychology of Self Harm and Behaviour Course

In Birmingham

£ 197 VAT inc.


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Suitable for: Designed primarily for adults. Including parents of those who may be self harming or at risk of self harming.




Birmingham (Warwickshire)
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245 Broad Street, B1 2HQ


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Jennifer McLeod

Jennifer McLeod

Founder Step Up! International

Course programme

The emphasis of this Course is on the emotional and psychological issues that potentiallyprecedes the actual self harm activity.

It takes YOU on a journey of discovering and uncovering the awareness of issues and circumstances that may trigger self harm activities in adults self harming.

Additionally, the Course provides delegates with effective tools and strategies to support people in dealing with self harm

“Really useful and interesting course. I learnt a lot. This Course is like a breath of fresh air and really inspiring.”

Sheila Dance, North Wales National Probation Service

Do you often wonder….?

ð Why men and women who self harm can't just get over their past and move on?

ð What’s stopping them from moving on?

ð What does it mean that adults are self harming or still self harming?

ð What about the elderly who self harm?

ð Is self harm the cause of their circumstances and experiences or a symptom?

“It has given me a better knowledge of behind the scenes information”

Amanda Cleave, Yarlswood Immigration Removal Centre

By the end of the Course, you will:

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

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

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

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

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

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

“Very useful in both roles. I will be able to offer honest and factual support now and intervention and use of tools in the often taboo subject of self harm. This course is like a breath of fresh air in a role where limited training and intervention is offered. DCI Karen Payne, West Midlands Police

The Psychology of Self Harm and Behaviour Course

£ 197 VAT inc.