Our aim is to reduce the need for people to resort to self-harming behaviours such as drug and alcohol abuse, eating problems, self-injury and other such behaviours. To achieve our aim we offer a range of educational and support services tailored to your needs and budget.
Our approach is consistent with that set out by NICE guidelines and Scottish Government, based on self-management, empowerment, compassion and respect for the individual.
HarmLESS Psychotherapy believes that people from all walks of life should have access to quality learning opportunities in order to improve their mental health and wellbeing and that of those around them.
We operate as a social enterprise generating income from our training, workshops, consultancy and support in order to reach those who are most vulnerable. If you would like support or attend one of our workshops get in contact email@example.com or 07557056049.
We wanted to engage the general publc to start the
consversation around self-harm, so we asked people in the
street about their knowledge and experience of people
who use self-harm. These are the answers, watch it !
April 18, 2013 — Inner Vision: A game where you have to prevent suicide
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Wednesday, January 15
●EDINBURGH BPS Accredited Specialist Training
Thursday, January 23
●LONDON BPS Accredited Specialist Training
Friday, January 24
●LONDON Borderline Personality Disorders and Self-harm
Wednesday, January 29
●Edinburgh Case Studies: Follow up to Managing Self-harming Behaviours