|Rates of self harm have risen sharply over the last few years, and are among the highest in Europe. However it still remains a much misunderstood and stigmatised taboo.|
|Target Staff Group|
|This course is open to all, including people using mental health services, friends and family, and staff|
|This workshop will explore cultural and historical aspects of self-harm, discussing the reasons why people may harm themselves, and look at practical ways to cope with the urges to self harm.|
|How to Book|
|Our courses are currently open to all people who are over 18 and residing within South Staffordshire and Shropshire.
In order to enrol, simply call: 01785 257888 ex: 8607 or 07891 099460, or email WellbeingREC@sssft.nhs.uk and ask for a registration form.
Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. The next step will be to arrange a one-to-one interview to discuss what you would like to gain from the college and your learning requirements, and together complete an Individual Learning Plan.
More information can be found at: http://www.recoverycollegesssft.co.uk/