No – we understand that for many people self-harm is a way to cope with life events or very strong feelings, and that it may be useful for you to discuss those things instead. We also appreciate that speaking about self-injury can feel painful or upsetting. We let you lead the conversation and will never pressure you to talk about anything you don't want to.

All our volunteers have had specialist training around self-harm and will support you to talk about whatever you feel is useful when you get in touch.