Self Harm Project

Family Intervention for Self-Harm Project

 

The Family Intervention for Self Harm project is a new Spurgeons project working with 10-19 year olds to reduce the frequency and severity of self-harm.

Running in Birmingham and funded by the Big Lottery, it is the only project of its type to provide a family-focused self-harm intervention service. Parental support is crucial in recognising and aiding a young person’s recovery from self-harming behaviour. 

The project will support each young person and their families for up to sixteen sessions. Our work will cover areas of following; a focus on raising awareness of the issue and its impact, recognising feelings, thoughts and behaviours associated with self harming and actively managing and coping with self harm through the use of alternative strategies.

Spurgeons will be launching this project in the coming months. Check back soon for more information.

Contact Details

74 Wellingborough Road
Rushden
Northants
NN10 9TY
01933 412412

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