Self Harm & Compulsive Media Use – Managing risk and digital pressure: The impact of young minds meeting small screens
This course aims to equip colleagues with essential introductory knowledge, skills and strategies to support pupils who self harm and compulsively use media. The major focus is on significantly increasing understanding of self harm, however the day will also explore common links with compulsive media use and how students can become affected by the current pressures in their modern digital lives. Participants will gain skills and techniques for successfully supporting vulnerable students and managing risk. Content is suitable for School Nurses, Pastoral Staff and Senior Leaders who are responsible for the well-being of students within their schools.
Key objectives include:
❖ Understanding and assessing current risk factors, triggers and current incidence
❖ Exploring the impact of our digital world on child and adolescent brain development
❖ Key messages – current research and best practice
❖ The voice of children and young people – what really helps?
❖ Managing disclosure and thresholds for specialist referral
❖ Exploring issues of confidentiality and conflicts of interest
❖ Strategies for prevention and intervention within your school
❖ Developing resilient practice for your staff
Course fees are £225 + VAT per person. Discounts available for 2+ delegates.