What is Self-Harm?
The term ‘self-harm’ is used to describe behaviours where a person intentionally injures or causes harm to themselves; these behaviours may include self-injury (such as cutting, bruising, or burning) or self-poisoning (such as taking too many tablets). Self-harm is often described as a way of coping with or expressing emotional distress or overwhelming built-up tension.
The video below is a digital lesson guide for Teachers.
Source: Breathe Education