The language of self-harm
This event is a workshop suitable for therapist and client.
About the workshop
It will be addressing self-harm generally and specifically in a young boy who is severely disabled. Using previous case studies to explore 'the language of self-harm', especially in circumstances where the client is unable to directly express thoughts and feelings. Discussion will seek to address how, as facilitators, we listen holistically and make sense of what is being communicated.
- case study addressing self-harm in a severely disabled teenager
- coping strategies (self-harming behaviour)
- identifying signs and symptoms of self-harm within an individual who is unable to express feelings and thoughts
- seeking help to support an individual who is unable to express feelings and thoughts
- statutory and community support
- developing supportive network
- group discussion
Refreshment: Tea, coffee, and biscuits will be provided
Fee: £50.00 per person depending on the number and duration. Payment will be required in advance - the event will run with a minimum of ten attendees.
To book, please contact us via email or phone on 07960 483 759 / 07392 385 101.
Venue centrally located, easy to access by bus, train, or car. Parking facilities nearby.
Date: Saturday 26th October 2019, November 9th and 23rd 2019.
Hosted by Millicent Martin-Lebert
M Martin-Lebert (Counsellor and Co-facilitator) working within the NHS and Forensic Mental Health for over ten years. S. Francis- Mills, comes from a legal and social work background. Sonia has personal experience of working with self harm and profoundly disabled young people.