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https://www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk/support-groups Nationwide Alumina - an online chat-based 7-week course for 11-19 year-olds, run in groups of up to 14 people by trained counsellors. iI’s a safe place to explore how you are doing, what your struggles are and receive support for your harming behaviour. Each session (approx. 45-60mins) is based around a different topic and participants can leave at any point. BEAT - BEAT's website offers information resources, online peer support...
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http://sioutreach.org As part of a collaboration between the University of Guelph and McGill University, we are a non-profit outreach initiative providing information and resources about self-injury to those who self-injure, those who have recovered, and those who want to help. A guide for those who self-injure Personal stories Coping with urges For loved ones
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Animal Therapy Provides Support for Traumatized Youth by Hannah Mugford, The Trauma Report Sept 19, 2022 Pet therapy is a service that offers animal-assisted emotional support to people struggling with a wide variety of mental health challenges. The animals used in pet therapy vary, with dogs and cats being the most common. And the use of animals for emotional and physical support go as far back as the 1600s. Today, the services offered by pet therapy organizations are diverse. Animal...
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A Friendly Voice: A Phone Support Line for Seniors 613-692-9992 or 1-855-892-9992 A Friendly Voice is a telephone friendly visiting line for seniors. Every day of the year, our trained volunteers are available to receive calls. Our volunteers visit with the callers and, when asked, can help identify programs and services in their community for the senior to contact. What A Friendly Voice is NOT: A Friendly Voice is not a counselling service, distress or crisis line nor emergency...
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I noticed this in group homes as well. Most the staff (paid mentors) seemed to have some anxiety disorder or history of depression (or family history of something) which helped them relate to the clients, who often had anxiety or depression along with their autism or other developmental disorder.
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