There is much stigma and myth surrounding self-injury (self-harming) and it is more common than you think. Would you like the sills to recognise and know how to respond appropriately to someone who is self-harming?
People define self-harm in lots of different ways. Usually self-harm is defined as someone deliberately hurting themselves without wanting to die. It is behaviour that is used to cope with difficult or painful feelings. There are many factors which contribute to a person self-harming.
The workshop will teach participants to listen without judgement, and encourage to seek help.