This range of websites provide further advice for parents and carers on self-harm.
- NHS: This resource provides a wide range of support including explaining more about self-harm, providing information sheets for young people, parents and carers, and additional resources on self-harm.
- Anna Freud Centre: provides a range of information on identifying the signs, risky behaviour, and top tips.
- NSPCC: This webpage provides advice to help understand why children and teenagers self-harm, and what you can do to support them.
- Charlie Waller provide a guide for parents and carers on how to cope with self-harm.
- Start a Conversation: Aims to raise awareness of suicide and signpost to support that is available. Have a look at the calendar of events for upcoming training and national awareness days.
This range of videos provide further advice for parents and carers on self-harm.
- Leicestershire Educational Psychology Service: A bitesize video lasting 8 minutes providing an introductory understanding of self-harm in children and young people. It aims to provide information on why children or young people may self-harm and ways of supporting self-harm behaviour through finding 'safer' alternatives.
These guidance documents provide further advice for parents and carers on self-harm.
- Coping with self-harm - a guide for parents and carers can be found below.