Please help… be the first to add a comment on our website shop.
As many of you are aware, Harmless sells a variety of resources such as a DVD, workbook, book and other helpful products that help promote recovery and self belief to people who self harm and to enhance understanding for those who support them. The money we raise also goes directly towards helping us continue delivering our vital services .
Our new website shop allows those who own our resources to review them and let others know about their experiences of using the product. Currently we have no comments on any of our products and we would really love to hear what you think.You don’t have to have purchased your product via the shop to review a product; if you have any of our resources regardless of where you got them from, you can add a comment.
Please rate our products and consider: How helpful was the product? Did it help with recovery? Did the resource match the description we provide about the product? Was it value for money? Would you recommend the product to anyone else? What would you like to see included in future products?
You can add a comment by simply visiting our shop www.harmless.org.uk/store and locating the product you would like to review. Next to the picture and under the price is a review section which says ‘write a review.’ Please note: You are not required to fill in your real name (unless you want to). You may prefer to use a pseudonym that doesn’t identify you or remain anonymous.
Thank you for your continued support of Harmless and our service. We closed over the Easter break until Tuesday 2nd April but hope you all have a nice break.
Today Harmless Director Caroline will be speaking live on Radio 5 about the issue of self harm and how it effects younger children.
There will be an in depth discussion about these issues and why unfortunately, they are on the rise.
Let us know your thoughts on the piece if you mange to listen in!
Everyone at Harmless would like to say a BIG thank you to Comic Relief. By giving money on Red Nose Day you are showing your support to projects across the world- projects like ours. Harmless are supported by Comic Relief to help young people who self harm; they help us to save lives.
Thank you and please continue to support #RND text ‘YES’ to 70010
Harmless are looking for family members of children or young people that have self harmed for a radio interview. The interview can protect your anonymity, but will aim to raise awareness of the need for greater help for families.
There is a tight deadline so please contact us as soon ass possible if you’re interested firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep your ears open this coming week. Caroline gave an interview today to Radio 2, that will feature throughout their shows this week in the build up to this years Red Nose Day. Comic Relief fund some of Harmless’ essential work with people that self harm and the interview for Radio 2 will emphasise the importance of the funding to our work and discuss what impact we can make with it.
Let us know if you hear it!
There’s still time to apply for the counselling vacancies available at Harmless. We are looking for dynamic team members to join our growing team. Working with people who self harm or who experience psychological distress, our successful applicants will be qualified therapists who are willing to work with at risk people, with guidance, in an award winning project. For more information email email@example.com Applications close Wednesday.
Advert: Self harm and Mental Health Counsellors
Service: Harmless and it’s associated projects
Positions: Part time (various) – minimum £23,712 pro rata
Harmless is a specialist self harm service looking to recruit several experienced counsellors to join their team. The recruited counsellors will be working with, and have experience providing counselling to, individuals with a variety of mental health needs and be willing to work dynamically and creatively to meet the needs of people with complex needs.
The post holders will provide weekly counselling to those who self harm, or are experiencing distress and assess individuals for their suitability for this work.
The successful applicants will also be expected to maintain supporting systems for the counselling service, including confidential record keeping and case management.
There are several part time opportunities available within Harmless, working at a variety of locations with both young people and adults.
The successful applicant will be a registered member of BACP and have minimum Diploma training looking towards or having already achieved accreditation. We are looking for a minimum of one year’s commitment and will look to increase hours.
Application packs available by contacting Harmless at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0115 9348445. Applications close at noon on Wednesday the 6th of March with interviews being held on the 11th and 12th of March for a prompt start.
Today is self harm awareness day. Please get behind us in raising awareness of this day by supporting our fundraising efforts and posting this message on social networking sites.
People self harm to manage their distress, and as high as 1 in 3 people have at some point coped in this way. Let’s reduce isolation for people who are struggling by being willing to talk about this subject.
Harmless team member Adrienne is trying to raise money for services by doing a 10km road race this weekend, please sponsor her by following this link
For a limited time only, harmless are offering a 10% discount on all self harm resources to mark self harm awareness day, for the next week. To see more, click here