Secondary schools in south west Surrey are invited to attend a one day workshop as part of the SHINE (Self-Harm In Education) programme. This workshop is free to attend and each school invited has three available places.

SHINE is a one day workshop to explore what self-harm and risk taking behaviour looks like in the school environment, learn about teenage brain development and its impact on self-harming behaviours, and consider techniques to manage and help young people who self-harm and those who care for them.

SHINE is part of a three-way strategy for parents, young people and schools to manage and reduce self-harm. The basis for SHINE is the FLASH programme (Families Learning about Self-Harm), created by The Ministry of Parenting in Colchester. FLASH has been rolled out across Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust’s Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and as a result of its success we have developed two further programmes - SHINE for schools and Working In Self Harm (WISH) for young people.

We are offering two SHINE workshops for south west Surrey secondary schools on either Tuesday 22 October or Wednesday 6 November.

To book a place and for more information please go to Eventbrite: