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Talking about self-harm

Self-harm is behaviour that is done deliberately to harm oneself. At least 10% of adolescents report having self-harmed.

A free, downloadable guide for parents and carers who have discovered a young person's self-harm, called Coping with self-harm: A guide for parents and carers is available here.

It provides information for parents and families about self-harm, its causes and effects.

Mood self-assessment result

Does your score suggest you could do with some support? The NHS in Hertfordshire provides an early intervention service for those over the age of 16 – you can self refer to them here 
The Wellbeing Service offers free, confidential talking therapy and practical support for people experiencing a wide range of very common emotional difficulties.  They provide face-to-face group or individual support, telephone-based or online help.

Mood self-assessment


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