Why do adults and children self-harm?
with Emily Gajewski
Emily Gajewski is our self-harm expert - she has worked for over 24 years as a therapist, both within the NHS and privately, helping people move on from even the most severe emotional difficulties, and she has a wealth of experience at helping people move on from self-harm. Most recently Emily was employed as a Lead Occupational Therapist in Sussex where she developed a number of mental health services, working with a wide range of emotional difficulties including psychosis and self-harm. Emily is also a registered Human Givens Practitioner and teaches the ‘Overcoming Self-Harm’ 1-day workshop for Human Givens College.
To view Emily's one-day course: Overcoming Self-harm – How to help people stop self-harming, click here.
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