As ever, delegates can expect to take away a range of knowledge, inspiration, and practical application from implementation in real-life personal and professional situations.
Access to eight sessions including bonus content from expert speakers on all things self-harm (and suicide). These include academic, professional, and user-let perspectives.
CPD-accredited conference with a focus on the theme Building Resilience for the Future. Topics include young people, trauma, additional needs, carers, policy, and practical application.
Line up of confirmed speakers including:
Sarah Kesling (Strategic and Resilience Lead. Harmless and The Tomorrow Project), Dr. Alexandra Pitman (Clinical Associate Professor & Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, University College London), Karen Lascelles (Nurse Consultant, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust), Dr. Sarah Rowe (Associate Professor, Division of Psychiatry, University College London)The practice & acceptability of harm minimisation for self-harm among young people, Sal Smith (Trauma-informed Care Locality Lead, NHS Foundation Trust), Karen Bulsara (Carer Expert-by-Experience, Avon & Wiltshire NHS Mental Health Trust), Leanne Moulton, Colin Menz, Sam Etchells (Harmless & The Tomorrow Project)
This level 1 introductory Children and Young People’s Self Harm Awareness course has been designed for anyone working in educational settings in Barnsley. The aim is to give a foundational understanding of self harm in the context of young people.
Suicide Bereavement (Currently under development)
This course is designed to enable participants to effectively explore and understand the following:
- The magnitude of suicide bereavement
- Suicide loss as a unique form of complex bereavement
- 'Complicated grief', trauma, and other individual responses to suicide
- The wider impact of bereavement on those exposed to or affected by suicide
- The stigma and shame associated with suicide and bereavement
- Bereavement by suicide as a unique risk factor for suicide
- Discuss signposting individuals to appropriate, professional help - a local service perspective from The Tomorrow Project
Funded by Nottinghamshire County Council
this introductory course on suicide intervention provides foundational
understanding of suicide and participants will develop a range of skills
including how to support and signpost those who are at risk of suicide.
Funded by Nottinghamshire County Council this introductory course on suicide intervention provides foundational understanding of suicide and participants will develop a range of skills including how to support and signpost those who are at risk of suicide.
Looking back and looking forward: what self harm evidence and presentations tell us about needs and practice. Harmless are proud to announce our *sixth* annual Self Harm & Suicide Prevention Conference. Join our remote sessions to learn more.