Parenting or supporting a troubled young person can be a very stressful experience. There can be an overwhelming need to understand what is going on for the child, and most importantly, how to support them in the best ways possible. Whilst there are no ‘magic answers’, often knowing a little more about the difficulty the child is facing and exploring different strategies to support them can be incredibly helpful.
Self-harm is an increasingly common experience for many children and teenagers, and it understandably causes significant stress and worry for adults who care for the child. In this online seminar, we explore the different reasons why young people self-harm together with a range of ways to support and help them. The seminar also includes resources and information to share directly with young people who self-harm.
In this training you will:
This seminar is suitable for any adult supporting or parenting a child or teenager. The resources directly for young people are suitable for children from the age of 11 years and up.
You may use this seminar as a parent/carer; as a therapist to share with your clients or as a professional organisation to share with your team members.
On payment of your training place, you will receive:
We bring together an inspiring and innovative combination of theory, stunning original art-work, lived experience examples and practical ideas. Watch a brief sample here to see how we present different aspects of learning in our training .
This training can be accessed and re-watched as many times as you like, with no time limit.
This training is available to book for individuals (for their own use only) for £35 via this webpage. If you would like to purchase any of the following, please get in touch with us on email@example.com to request the price and place your order for a training licence:
Dr Shoshanah Lyons is the clinical director and founder of Beacon House. As a clinical psychologist she feels huge passion for understanding mental health and relationships through a developmental trauma lens. She is a promoter and advocate for trauma-informed health, education, social care and criminal justice.
Helen Townsend is the artist and Creative Advisor here at Beacon House. She collaborates closely with Mel and Candia to bring together their specialist content into a creative, beautiful, resourceful online training experience. As an adoptive parent herself, Helen is inspired by her experience living with trauma and loss in how she portrays the learning through her artwork.
Upon completion of our training feedback questionnaire, you will be provided with an individualised certificate.
For individual participants, please book your place below.
If you would like to request an invoice, pay over the telephone or enquire about a Beacon House discount or a licence, please contact our Training Administrator, Rebecca Robertson, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01444 413 939. Upon receipt of payment your training package will be released.
Due to our training package being available upon payment, online courses are non-refundable.
We will deduct any bank charges or fees from any requested refunds.
We work very hard to keep our training and resources free or as low cost as possible. We ask that for single participants, you respect this by keeping the training package for your sole use only. For team licences, the training is to be used by the paying team only and must not be sub-licensed or used outside of the team. Sharing the training package to those who have not purchased a place is not permitted under any circumstances.
Our online training must not be reproduced or shared with another party without prior permission from Beacon House Therapeutic Services & Trauma Team. Copyright | Beacon House Therapeutic Services & Trauma Team | 2022