Overcoming self-harm - prevent self-harming behaviours

01323 811 690 01323 811 690
19th August 2022, 9.30am - 4.00pm
Counsellors and trainees
£192.00
E E F Ltd, Engineers House, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol, Somerset, BS8 3NB

Emily Gajewski has decades of hands-on experience helping children and adults successfully overcome or significantly reduce their self-harming behaviour. Her insightful training day demystifies the self-harming cycle, clarifies its causes and shows why we should not give up on anyone, even in the most apparently hopeless situations.

You will gain a wealth of new information, proven techniques and useful tips which combined will ensure you give sufferers the best chance of recovering their mental health and moving on in their lives – you will also hear from people who have been able to completely stop self-harming (or dramatically reduced it) and are now living fulfilled lives as a result of this approach.

If you would like to make sense of all the fragments of information you have about self-harming and pull them all together into a cohesive and effective treatment strategy, this workshop is for you.

  • CPD certificate: 6 hours
  • psychotherapy diploma linked 
  • ideal CPD 
  • expert tutor 
  • price includes lunch, refreshments and course notes

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Hosted by Human Givens College

Human Givens College has been providing training in the best ways to treat mental health and behavioural problems for over 20 years. Our clear, practical mental health training gives you the key information and skills you need to help people overcome their difficulties as quickly as possible.

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