Supporting young people who self harm

This guidance supports the vision of a ‘good’ system of emotional wellbeing
support for 0 – 25 year olds, set out in Kent’s Emotional Wellbeing Strategy
for children, young people and young adults. It recognises the varying roles
of services, professionals, and families in the complex task of helping young
people who present with self-harm and the need for these to work together.
Specifically, the guidance aims to improve the quality of support, advice
and guidance offered to young people who self-harm, or are thinking about
self-harming

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