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SEN and Self-harm

The links between self-harming behaviours and additional needs is sadly shown in the statistics of the high level of young people with additional needs who self-harm.

At SelfharmUK, we are an experienced team of youth workers, social workers and parents of teenagers with additional needs: we have written an e-guide to support you as a parent, carer or professional supporting a teenager with a variety of needs.

The link below will take you to a free online guide to assist you in thinking through how you might be able to use this information and strategies in your situation:

Sen And Self-harm

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