Suitable for: Pastoral leaders, heads of years, form tutors, boarding staff and other members of staff who want to provide effective support for self-harm and eating disorders.
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Students who have recovered from self-harm and eating disorders often cite the pivotal role that a supportive school can play. This course draws on the experiences and best practice outlined by over 1000 school staff and hundreds of students who have overcome self-harm or eating disorders. We aim to provide you with a wide range of ideas and strategies, and renewed confidence in your ability to support students causing concern.
Outstanding course. Wonderful course leader with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Rhian Davies, Oldfield School
An understanding of the issues and practical advice that I can use within my role. Nicola Wainwright, Heanor Gate Science College
Very informative and interesting. Leonie Thompson, Parmiters School
Provided very good and structured information on the topics and good practical strategies on how to engage with young people, parents and other professionals. Marianne Marino, Ellern Mede School
With the rise in numbers of students who self harm this course provided a good insight, relevant strategies to use & apply in educational settings. Mollie Swadkins, Carmel College
It was very informative and I learnt a great deal to take back to school. Abigail Cox, King Edward VI College