Self harm doesn’t discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Neither do we.
Harmless is a specialist self-harm provision offering two-tiers of intervention; stabilisation and a psychotherapeutic. Stabilisation involves practical and emotional support offered by clinical support workers. Psychotherapeutic is a person-centred psychotherapy delivered by a therapist.
We will support you to explore what options and choices are available to you with regards to the services and support that you can access with Harmless and other agencies.
We believe that recovery is possible for everyone and we are here to help you achieve this. However, recovery is different for everyone. We won’t tell you to stop self harming. But if this is something you want to do then we will support you to work towards it.
All information you share with Harmless will remain confidential within the staff team. The only instance where we will consider breaching confidentiality is when we feel that you or someone else is at imminent risk of serious harm.