Working together to support people who self-harm
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts for a discussion about how we may best support people who self harm.
Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Stephanie's story and you will be better equipped to:
- describe the motivations and help-seeking behaviours of people who self-harm and associations between self-injury and psychiatric morbidity, suicide and substance use
- implement key principles of providing an integrated approach in the early identification of help-seeking behaviour for people who self-harm
- identify challenges, tips and strategies in providing a collaborative response to assist people who self-harm and increase help-seeking behaviour.
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