harmLESS

harmLESS is a resource for those who have contact with young people who are self-harming.

Overview

harmLESS is a guide designed to help you talk about self-harm with a young person so that you can decide what support might be helpful.

harmLESS is for those who have contact with young people who are self-harming.

harmLESS provides a series of questions you can ask the young person.

How they answer these questions will inform a plan about the type of support they might require.

If at the end of this you are still unsure or worried about a young person then phone your local CAMHS team. 

harmLESS was designed by Paul Stallard, Justin Daddow, Michelle Maguire, Sam Shrubsole and Tim Bowes from Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Features

Using the web app

harmLESS is a resource for those who have contact with young people who are self-harming.

It is designed to help you talk about self-harm with a young person so that you can decide what support might be helpful.

IMPORTANT

harmLESS is a guide. If you are still unsure or worried about a young person then phone your local CAMHS team.

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