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Self Harm

Self-harm is a way of showing deep sadness or distress. Usually people will cut, scratch or burn their skin. Less obvious forms of self-harm could be taking unnecessary risks, staying in an abusive relationship, developing an eating problem (such as anorexia or bulimia) or developing an alcohol or drugs problem, or simply not looking after yourself.

You may feel like:

You can’t cope with feelings of sadness, rage, grief, self hatred, fear, loneliness and guilt.

We can help you by:

Helping you to explore feelings that trigger cutting or harming yourself. We will never judge you but will help you try and gain some control over overwhelming emotions. A supportive GP will give you good advice on minimising and caring for your injuries.

What happens next:

Make an appointment with The Listening Room.email.michelle@thelisteningroom4schools.co.uk
Tel:01939 200513 or Mobile:07813858613