WIMS Live | Student Self-Harm

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Walk in My Shoes (WIMS) invites you to a live webinar on student self-harm.

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Self-harm is a difficult topic and something that can be hard to recognise and understand. Young people can engage in self-harming behaviours at different times and for different reasons. This webinar aims to support teachers and school staff to spot the signs of when a student or young person in their classroom might be self-harming and to know how to respond.

Speakers will include Dr Susan Healy of St Patrick's Mental Health Services, who will explain what self-harm is and how we can better understand self-harming behaviours. Sinead Raftery of Pieta will also speak about how to approach students you think may be self-harming and what to do if a student approaches you about it.

Registration is free but essential. If you have any accessibility requirements for attending this event, please email these to info@walkinmyshoes.ie.

WIMS Live is an exciting online programme of wellbeing events, activities and curated content to celebrate World Mental Health Day; see more of what's coming up here.


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Walk in My Shoes is the flagship awareness-raising and education campaign of St Patrick’s Mental Health Services. We work to promote positive mental health, to tackle mental health stigma and to change how people, particularly young people, think about mental health.

We offer free resources and information for young people and their parents and guardians or primary and secondary school teachers.

We also run short film competitions, school achievement awards, an annual #MindYourSelfie social media campaign, and week-long programmes of online activities and pop-up radio stations.

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