Offers support to those under the age of 18 who self-injure or have thoughts about self-injuring. The aim is to help self-injurers take more control of their life, make positive decisions and search for a way forward that is unique to them. Also, helps the self-injurer and their family understand and learn to cope with self-injury.
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Service with teams who can respond accordingly to young people who self-injure.
A community resource providing helpful literature for individuals, including. They have a particular focus on abuse and self-injury.
Also have an educational programme for workers, which includes training, supervision, consultation, research and publications.
SIS is a local voluntary organization based in North Cumbria that aims to support people who self-harm, and offer information and support to their families, friends and colleagues. Offers one to one counselling, support groups, information and training, etc.
S.I.S runs facilitated support groups, for adults and for younger people (under 25 yrs). There are two locations for these groups, one in Carlisle and one in West Cumbria.
The Project focuses on the support needs of 16-21 year olds who self-harm in the Scottish Borders.
They do 1:1 work, groupwork, and drop-in sessions.
A group of women (aged 18+) who self harm.
Referral Procedure: Self referral via Self Help NHS.
Confidential counselling with adults and adolescents. Has a psychodynamic approach. One of her specialism/interests is self-injury.
The SISH (Self-Injury Self-Help) group is an open facilitated support group for women for whom self-injury is an issue. The group meets weekly in central Bristol, on Tuesday evenings from 7-9pm. Group meetings offer women the chance to talk and share experiences, and to give and receive support. The SISH group also runs monthly Good Mental Health workshops on Saturdays 10-1pm.
Group for self-injurers 18-65. Meets on Tuesday for about an hour and a half.
One-to-one youth support work, mainly with young women who self harm. In addition to youth work with young women who self harm, Janet Holland has an interest in exploring and carrying out research on ‘youth work’ as opposed to ‘medical’ responses to self harm. Youth work responses might adopt an empowerment model to encourage development and personal growth.