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The evidenced based crisis plan acts as a relapse prevention plan by helping identify one's crisis triggers, while also prompting personalized self-care action plans, specific to each warning sign. Whether the crisis be skipping school, substance use, suicidal thoughts, mental illness, paranoia, self-harm, or violence, the crisis plan includes areas to document triggers, early and more serious behavioral signs of a crisis, daily and ongoing essentials for self-care and crisis management, as well
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Print and go resources for self-harm. Coping skills cards, parent and student resources, and talking points. Perfect for School Counselors, Life Skills Teachers, or Therapists.► What is included in this product?⭐32 Alternative Coping Skills for Self Harm cards (includes an interactive digital option for distance learning or teletherapy) ⭐Editable blank cards for you to customize⭐Discussion talking points for group or individual therapy⭐Parent informational handout⭐Student informational handout⭐
Daily Student Check-In Sheets includes...-2 ready to Learn Check-ins-6 Zones of Regulation Check-In Options - - with customizable options-Self-Harm Check-in and Tracking Sheet-BONUS: Classroom Norms Poster AND 2 Point Sheet Options If you like this resource, you might also like my other SEL resources...Positive Behavior Punch CardsEditable Crisis Intervention PlansApology PostersYear Long Social Emotional Learning Curriculum Grades 5-8Teacher Self Care Guide FREEBIEAND....Check out my other prod
Counseling Resource: Self-empowerment instead of Self-Harm. This is a great resource to help your students develop healthy coping skills & strategies, self-esteem and emotional intelligence. Help your students identify triggers to self-harming behavior, process feelings, explore & identify positive ways to cope and embrace a self-care routine. Use this with individual & small group counseling and even to enhance guidance lessons.Highlights of this awesome resource:Beautiful, Colorfu
This social story is for students with Autism who have self-injurious behaviors. If your student or child engages such behaviors such as head banging, throwing their body against the wall, or cutting, this social story is perfect for you. Use this social story to practice positive self-calming teachniques to replace negative behaviors.
The following resource includes editable templates to help facilitate conversation to assess suicidal ideation and self harm and develop crisis safety plans.•SUICIDE AND SELF HARM RISK ASSESSMENT (editable) - Guidelines and Questions to support facilitating conversation in assessing the risk of suicide •PROCEDURAL TEMPLATE EXAMPLES (editable)•Incident of Attempted Suicide or Self Harm•Incident of Serious Self Harm•Incident of Less Serious Self Harm•Expressions of Imminent Intention to suicide or
This social story addresses self-harming behaviors. It also provides proactive calming/coping strategies as well as an opportunity for student choice-making.WHAT’S INSIDEGoogle Slides decks13 slides for each social storyStudent choice board slide (select your own coping strategy)Written from student perspective using positive language (what do we want the learner to feel empowered to do?!) - moving away from the challenging behaviorOther Social Story ResourcesYou can email us at hello@autismgrow
I had difficulty finding a resource for families about self-injury. Most of what I could find was difficult to read and generally negative - I wanted something I could send home to parents and families after I talked to them in order to help them understand self-harm and know the steps they should take to help their students feel better and get the assistance they need. I hope this resource will help you, too.
Use these interactive, hands-on books with students to help them identify what doesn't keep their body safe and coping skills they can use instead. Students match the hook and loop fastener (Velcro) pieces on the right to the pages on the left. All clipart is personally hand-drawn, adding a cohesive and consistent look. These books do require some prep, but they only need to be prepped one time and can then be used forever! These books can last 1-2 sessions.This download includes the followi
The sad reality is some of our students, in their already vulnerable state, lack the necessary coping mechanisms to manage strong behaviour, emotions and feelings, and events in their lives, and will choose to Self-Harm or Self-Injure in order to cope.This is a Social Story meant to help children and youth to navigate and deal with Self-Harm/Self-Injury, by Choosing Safe and Healthy Alternatives, instead. This social story validates the student's emotions, by acknowledging their desire to self-h
Self-harming behaviors in young people with autism is very common. They do it for a variety of reasons, but the most frequent ones are to self-soothe, frustration or anxiety over not being able to control their environment or not understanding how to communicate their needs. As a result, they engage in self –harm behaviors. These social stories cover the most common self-harm behaviors, reasons behind it, and how it makes others feel.My social stories provide proper terminology and are written w
The following resource includes templates to help facilitate conversation to assess suicidal ideation and self harm and develop crisis safety plans.•SUICIDE AND SELF HARM RISK ASSESSMENT - Guidelines and Questions to support facilitating conversation in assessing the risk of suicide •PROCEDURAL TEMPLATE EXAMPLES •Incident of Attempted Suicide or Self Harm•Incident of Serious Self Harm•Incident of Less Serious Self Harm•Expressions of Imminent Intention to suicide or self harm•CRISIS SAFETY PLANS
Self- harming behaviors occur quite frequently when students do not have the necessary coping skills to deal with challenging emotions.In this story, students learn:what self- harming is;when self-harming occurs (when they feel stressed, frustrated, depressed, etc);examples of self- harming behaviors (each listed on separate pages, so you can eliminate the undesired pages): head banging, scratching, pinching, biting, kicking objects or punching walls;what to do instead of engaging in self- harmi
Not Grade Specific
This lesson plan details what "Cutting and Self-harm" is, as well as listing symptoms, motivations, the cycle of "self-harm," and the physical and psychological effects of self-harm. 3 activities. Printables, clip art, answer key, no prep needed.Included in this lesson plan are:The most common ways that individuals "self-harm"The emotions that have been identified with "self-harm"The complex motivations for "self-harm"5 parts or steps of the cycle of “self-harm”The physical and psychological eff
7th - 12th, Adult Education
Are students at your school self-harming? This brief presentation is designed to be part of a Coffee With the Counselor series directed at parents, or it can stand alone as its own presentation! It covers signs, reasons why, and how to help a child who self harms. Please note: this presentation is not editable EXCEPT for a slide where you can add text about what your school can do to help. Please see the preview for more!Enjoy!
Alternatives to self harm poster, borderline personality disorder, therapy office decor, self help, depression, DBT, Counselor office decorThis can serve as a great addition to any wall decor piece in a classroom, calming corner, time-in corner, nursery, playroom, counseling office, psychologist office, social worker office, homeschool, etc.ONCE PURCHASEDOnce you purchase you'll be able to download high resolution, 300dpi ready to print JPG files.Printable sizes include (High resolution, 300dpi
This self-care poster is a helpful reminder of healthy coping skills that can be used as alternatives to self-harm and self-injury. Includes a full color "BINGO" board, a black and white checklist, and smaller cards that can be handed out to your students and/or clients as take-away reference guides.
6th - 12th
Self Injury, or SI, is unfortunately common among folks who experience mental health troubles. This bulletin board helps to dismantle stigma by challenging the silence around SI. It also builds the self-efficacy of students who SI and who haven't told anyone yet. We don't teach folks to have these conversations in the classroom--hence this bulletin board (and, you know, your specialized training)! This bulletin board also passively reinforces appropriate ways to respond when a friend or student
7th - 12th, Higher Education

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Self Harm Health & Wellbeing Lesson Editable 22 slide PowerPoint Lesson, Lesson Assessment, Student Resources, Signposting to extra support services. Bonus Mindfulness Activity and much more.✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯✯Learning objectivesTo understand that self harm is a behaviour and not an illnessTo understand that some people who self harm are trying to communicate that they are distressedTo evaluate what support networks are available to help those that are self harmingSome Key Terms CoveredSelf Harm
This is a ready made presentation 'DBT for Self-Harm'.This can be produced and facilitated for professionals in mental health sectors or professionals closely working with self-harm presentaiotns. It includes: Few video links included-Explanation and common reasons for self-harm-safety measures- role of family members- what is DBT-difference between DBT and CBT- Biosocial Theory- Models of DBT-4 Modules of DBT along with 1 techniqueFeel free to add or make relevant changes as per your audience.H
Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Self-harming behaviors among students are increasing at an alarming rate! As a result, it is crucial to educate staff on self-harm prevention. This presentation resource can be used both as an individual informational brochure or as a school-wide staff presentation. It includes info on self-harm definitions, statistics, warning signs, interventions, prevention, and more! This is a 13 slide, interactive PDF resource.
► What can I use this product for?-Put this brochure in your counseling office entrance for students to take-Use with individual student counseling-Use as a group counseling handout-Use as an introduction to a lesson you are giving-Handout for parents to take home-Post this on your website as a resource-Post this in your monthly newsletter-The uses are endless!!!► What is included in this product?⭐ 1 brochure on "Coping skills for self-harm" that includes stress management coloring, self-affirma
5th - 11th
Parents are often at a loss as to how to support their kiddo when they're self-injuring. This resource addresses:-The who, what, when, where, and why of adolescent self-injury,-Ways parents can talk to their child about their self-injury, and-What NOT to do or say to their self-injuring child.You are welcome to give this to parents and teachers, but please share the link to this rather than the actual document when sharing with other schools. I try to make this affordable so that everyone can
Not Grade Specific
Self-harming behaviors among children are increasing at an alarming rate! As a result, parents, guardians, and community members need support and information on how they can keep their children safe. This means that counselors and mental health professionals play an important role in educating parents/community on self-harm prevention and intervention. This resource can be used both as an individual informational guide or as a large group parent or community presentation. It includes info on sel

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