Harmless - Self-Harm Services Information for Bassetlaw
Harmless is a national user led self-harm organization that provides support, information, training and consultancy about self-harm to individuals who self-harm, their friends, families and professionals.
Harmless is run by people with professional and personal experience of self-harm and we hope that our work inspires hope. We believe recovery is possible for all and believe in supporting people with their distress in a variety of ways to enable them to move forward in their lives.
Service users can self-refer or be referred into the service by other health professionals e.g., Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), GPs or local mental health teams.
The team providing this service consists of Therapists and Clinical Support Workers (CSWs), overseen by a Service Manager.
Self-harm can impact people of all walks of life and of any age and gender. We provide our services without discrimination to all people impacted by self harm. Our frontline intervention and postvention services combine practical and therapeutic approaches, and are co-produced, well-evidenced and trauma-informed with a consistently high level of positive outcomes.
• integrative psychotherapy with experienced therapists
• clinical support work to address practical and social issues
Support can be provided face-to-face, online. The method of support can change during an individual’s time with us according to their need. Support is available for up to 12–24 sessions, which are usually weekly but may be more or less frequent depending on individual need.
Please see the link below for referrals
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