Suicide & Self Harm

Course Outline

Deliberate Self-Harm is now a major problem in the UK, where it currently accounts for about 10% of health service admissions. At the same time there is a government-led focus on reducing the suicide rate (in men under 50 suicide is the largest killer) in the UK by a fifth. How do we differentiate between active suicidal behaviour and DSH? How can we think and intervene helpfully in a range of such situations? This one day course will focus on the whole spectrum of DSH/Suicidal behaviour, to increase confidence in working with this challenging client group.

Who is the Course aimed at?

All those working with young people & adults, especially (but not exclusively) men, at risk of suicidal thoughts and/or self harm

How long is the course?

1 day

What will you learn?
  • a clear understanding of the difference between DSH and active suicidal behaviour
  • enhanced current risk assessment skills
  • an understanding of some of the causes of DSH
  • evidence based responses
  •  Ways of generating hope
  • the psychological impact on staff
Testimonial

“Very good speaker. Excellent content” – Psychiatrist, London

To view a copy of the course outline please click here.

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