Self-harm: Children and young people’s experiences and how practitioners can help
Confident practice with children and young people who self-harm can be hampered by misunderstandings and misconceptions, which may lead to barriers in providing timely support. This tool aims to build practitioners’ knowledge, building on children and young people’s relationships, their community and local practice systems. It summarises evidence on recognition, effective practical strategies and interventions.
Designed for: Social workers, family support workers and team managers in direct practice with children, young people and families.
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