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As many as 1 in 4 young people engage in some form of non-suicidal self-injury – with recent studies indicating that self-mutilation behavior (SMB) is increasing. This information-packed webinar Remix focuses primarily on evidence-based intervention strategies, tips and accommodations you can use to help students prone to self-injury – especially those dealing with anxiety and depression. Presenter Kaye Randall also helps educators understand the SMB Cycle, the SMB Addiction Model and how Intervention Mapping can help.
- Cultural considerations that contribute to SMB
- Experiences and personality traits shared by youth prone to self-injuring
- Responsibility = Freedom
- Coaching students to become the authors of their lives
- It’s about choice
- Comfort kit
- Trigger log
- Looks Like/ Feels Like: Respecting the experience
You Will Learn to:
- Demonstrate the essential steps in intervention and prevention
- Utilize critical “do’s and don’ts” when addressing suspected or observed self-injurious behaviors.
- Use art-based strategies and activities for helping students who self-injure.
- Understand the SMB Cycle and use Intervention Mapping.
About the Presenter
Kaye Randall, MSW, LISW-CP is a nationally known author and speaker who has led professional seminars throughout North America on student mental health, bullying, self-injury, depression, anxiety and anger – as well as youth leadership and student empowerment. She is co-author of See My Pain, Creative Strategies & Activities for Helping Young People Who Self-Injure (featured in USA Today).
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