It’s been a very busy month at Self injury Support and we wanted to give an update on a few of the things we’ve been doing: Raising Awareness Across the… read full article.
On Self Injury Awareness Day – March 1st 2018 – Self injury Support, previously Bristol Crisis Service for Women, is calling for former volunteers to get in touch to help… read full article.
We are really pleased to announce that Self injury Support has been featured on the Good Therapy website ‘Best of 2017’ You can read the article here: https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/best-non-suicidal-self-harm-websites-2017-1226175 Non-SuicidalSelf Harm… read full article.
A BMJ report released on 19/10/17 indicates that self-harm is more widespread in teenage girls than boys. It points to a steep rise in self-harm reported to GPs in girls… read full article.
For a while now we have been thinking about how we can make our services more accessible to women of all ages. Historically TESS – (our text and email support… read full article.
Verbatim Theatre: Alexandra Roach "This life, it's not what either of us would have chosen."Alexandra Roach tells Elizabeth's story. She was helped by a Comic Relief funded project. Posted by… read full article.
Thanks to user feedback we have made sure that our Self Harm Spectrum diary is suitable for use on a smart phone. The diary can be a very useful way to… read full article.