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What you will learn
  • Introduction to self-harm awareness
  • Social causes
  • Warning signs of self-harm
  • Treating self-harm

  • Warning signs of suicide
  • Treating suicidal behavior
  • Building supportive networks
  • Preventive efforts

Study Self-Harm Awareness Online Course and Learn several distraction techniques that patients can adopt to help them stop self-harm 

Our Self-Harm Awareness Online Course will help you understand why people injure their bodies to relieve emotional suffering or get a euphoric mood. Self-harm has a variety of causes, all of which are incomprehensible to those who do not suffer from it. Self-harm continues to afflict a large number of people throughout the world. The ailment is frequently indicative of mental disease or problem. As a result, raising awareness about this issue is critical so that those who are affected can seek help or receive treatment. 

This Self-Harm Awareness Course begins by defining self-harm and describing its many aspects. We go on to discuss the many reasons for self-harm and the indications and symptoms to look for in those who are suspected of having this problem. We next go through why individuals continue to engage in this terrible behavior that only serves to hurt them. 

The program discusses the many self-harm treatment alternatives available and how they might assist victims in overcoming the problem. There are also other distraction tactics that patients can use to quit self-harming. A few self-harm myths are also debunked. 

Self-harm Awareness Online Certificate Course – Requirements

This course is designed for people with little or no prior experience. The course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

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  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion that is applicable worldwide

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Self-Harm Awareness Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction 

When a person uses self-harm as a coping mechanism, they intentionally hurt themselves. When confronted with complex sentiments, traumatic memories, or overwhelming events, this is common. Self-harm is a strategy for some people to cope with intense emotional feelings, such as low self-esteem. 

Self-harm and Suicide 

Self-harm is frequently thought to be a conscious attempt to injure oneself. However, there is no deliberate attempt to produce life-threatening injury or death danger. The intent makes a big difference between self-harm and suicide. Self-harmers do so in order to cope with their emotions and stressors. They are reminded that they are still alive by the anguish. People who are suicidal generally encounter severe life challenges in addition to possible mental health concerns. These illnesses cause considerable pain. They may choose suicide as a means of putting an end to their suffering. 

Forms of Self-Harming Behavior 

There are numerous kinds and presentations of self-harm, including the following: 

  • Excessive activity
  • Refusing to eat or binge eating
  • Abusing substances such as drugs or alcohol
  • Taking chemicals or poisonous substances that are proven to be detrimental
  • Hitting or punching
  • The skin is cut or burned. 

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors 

A category of chronic habits known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) includes nose picking, skin picking, hair pulling, and lip or cheek biting. These activities may harm the person's appearance or result in physical injury. They are frequently executed when the person is aroused, irritated, inactive, or bored. Because the purpose is not to harm oneself, they are not termed self-harm. 

Module 2: Social Causes 

A number of things can contribute to a crisis or bad coping techniques. Trauma, abuse, chronic stress, inability to cope with emotional stress, and specific variables unique to an individual are examples of these. Depression and anxiety, on the other hand, are the two most common reasons. 

Bullying 

There is a significant link between self-harm and bullying. Bullying is defined as aggressive and directed behavior meant to injure another person, especially when there is a power imbalance. Bullying can take many forms, from one-on-one to group bullying. The latter is called mobbing, in which others are present to assist in bullying the victim. 

Peer Pressure 

Peer pressure happens when a person performs something in order to be accepted by their peers. Because the peer may not be exerting purposeful influence, this isn't always the same as bullying. Instead, a person may self-harm as a result of a perceived inability to fit in with peers or as a result of seeing others self-harm. Another person's overt behavior or the feeling of a pressure to accept can both be sources of pressure. 

Module 3: Warning Signs of Self-Harm 

For decades, depression, anxiety, and trauma have afflicted people all around the world, and self-harm has evolved to fit these changing circumstances. Despite the fact that there are numerous effective therapies available, self-harm frequently appears as an accessible and simple method that the affected person picks for immediate relief. This means that the method of self-harm varies greatly from person to person. 

Seeing the Physical Warning Signs 

It's crucial to know what to look for as a warning sign if you're a loved one, teacher, or friend of someone who is self-harming. 

  • Scars, bruises, wounds, and burns are common on the bodies of self-harmers. Individuals with more serious injuries, such as fractures, are also common as a result of mistakenly making a mistake and causing more damage than anticipated.
  • Self-harmers are more likely to use negative coping techniques such as hiding and suppressing their feelings. Patients frequently dress in heavy, dark clothing that covers their entire body, regardless of the season. This can help hide blemishes or markings. 

Emotional Symptoms 

Self-harmers may self-harm emotionally rather than physically. It's crucial to keep an eye out for emotional clues as well as physical symptoms. 

  • Self-harmers tend to hide their emotions while ignoring their surroundings and people.
  • They may be secretive or irritable when confronted with inquiries, making it difficult to converse with them.
  • They may turn to less traditional means of self-harm, such as participating in dangerous activities without regard for injury. Extreme or violent sports, as well as combat, are examples of this. 

Module 4: Treating Self-Harm 

There are, fortunately, ways to change unhealthy coping systems into good ones. We'll talk about therapy alternatives for those who self-harm in this module. Healing may be a deliberate process with the correct tools and help, just like managing any other sickness. 

Communication 

Communication is the first step toward helping a self-harming individual heal as a parent or loved one. Kind and compassionate words can make a huge impact in someone's life, as long as their limits are respected. 

Coping Mechanism 

The next step once an individual begins to open up to the healing process is to develop healthy coping techniques. To ensure that the process is correctly handled, this should be done with the help of a mental health professional. 

Consequences of Self-Harm 

Self-harm can have long-term consequences for people, and it is never the best coping method in any situation. Self-harm can have serious implications, which is why loved ones or friends should never try to address it alone. Patients who self-harm might develop life-threatening health problems as well as long-term or permanent damage. The majority of persons who self-harm do not intend for it to have a long-term effect, yet it is prevalent. 

Formal Therapy Options 

There is currently no treatment for self-harm. Medical practitioners can aid by detecting mental health disorders in patients and directing them to appropriate resources. Popular options include traditional psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Specialized therapies such as play therapy, art therapy, or music therapy may be beneficial depending on the person's interests. At this time, there are no drugs available to treat self-harm because pharmaceutical approaches tackle underlying problems like depression and anxiety. 

Module 5: Warning Signs of Suicide 

In the United States, suicide is one of the top causes of death. Before taking action, those with suicidal thoughts almost usually show warning signs to their loved ones. These symptoms might manifest themselves in both physical and behavioral changes. Depending on your personality or personal circumstances, the exact manifestations may differ. 

Physical Signs 

Changes in the patient's personality or behavior are sometimes more visible than physical indicators. The following are some of the physical warning indicators of suicide: 

  • An abrupt shift in weight is one of the most obvious physical signs that is clearly noticeable.
  • An individual's appetite might be affected by stress and depressed thinking. As a result, abrupt weight gains or reduction is common among suicidal individuals.
  • Another major physical warning indication in suicidal patients is disrupted sleep habits. They may show indicators of sleeplessness or excessive sleeping. 

Behavioral Signs 

There are a number of behavioral warning indicators that indicate someone is thinking about suicide. These behaviors might develop over time or arise out of nowhere. 

Personality shifts that are drastic 

  • Suicide or death obsession
  • Abuse of drugs and alcohol
  • Isolation from others 

If the person in issue is purposefully isolating themselves or concealing signs of their intent to commit suicide, this can be difficult to identify. They may believe they are unworthy of attention or that expressing their actual feelings would burden their loved ones.

Risk Factors of Suicide 

All elements that can contribute to or raise the likelihood of a person committing suicide are considered risk factors. These triggers might be environmental, family, or medical, and they can differ from one patient to the next. 

  • Schizophrenia, bipolar illness, PTSD, depression, and other psychiatric problems
  • Chronic pain or the end of life
  • Substance abuse (drugs and/or alcohol) is a serious problem.
  • Past traumas such as a loved one's suicide or death, child abuse, relationship problems, or unemployment stress 

Module 6: Treating Suicidal Behavior 

This section of the course will look at how to deal with suicide ideation or attempt in a mental health context. This will involve an examination of protective factors that can assist patients in becoming more robust to the urge to self-harm or consider suicide. 

Factors in Care 

A variety of factors influence the treatment approach for suicidal conduct. The following factors will be considered by a healthcare professional: 

  • The patient's personal and professional conditions at home and at work
  • There are any underlying causes or triggers that you should be aware of.
  • The medical and mental history of the patient 

Suicidal behavior can be treated in a variety of ways, depending on the characteristics indicated above. 

  • Antidepressants or antipsychotics may be prescribed to ease symptoms.
  • Clozapine is currently the most commonly recommended medication for suicidal people.
  • Psychotherapy: Therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy have demonstrated to be effective in this patient population, while specific therapies should be tailored to the individual. Speaking with a psychologist can assist in the management of symptoms and the development of good behaviors. 

Protective Factors 

Protective factors play a critical role in reducing the chance of a suicide attempt. These positive factors aid the patient in resisting harmful urges and moving away from suicidal thoughts. 

  • Suicidal patients can benefit from a supportive group of family and friends who can help them stay linked to society.
  • Learning life skills to occupy their attention increases functionality and assists them in setting future goals. 

Home Environment 

It is vital to offer a safe home environment for someone who is exhibiting suicide thoughts. With the help of a skilled mental health practitioner, this should be done. Recommendations could include, for example: 

  • Placing medicines or prescriptions in a locked cabinet
  • Taking firearms out of the house
  • Access to cleaners, poisons, and chemicals is restricted 

Inpatient and Outpatient Care 

Staying in a psychiatric or other care facility while being treated for suicidal conduct is known as inpatient treatment. This provides enough time and resources for patients' long-term treatment. Outpatient care, on the other hand, refers to the provision of health care services without the need for patients to be admitted to a hospital or clinic. This can also apply to emergency situations. 

Module 7: Building Support Networks 

Self-harm recovery requires the establishment of supportive networks. A support network can provide counsel, encouragement, and stability to people who are going through the recovery process. Family, friends, and classmates can all be part of a support network. Some friendship groups revolve around shared activities like sports or prayer. 

Family and Friends 

Friends and family members never want to see someone they care about suffer. Although quitting self-harm is a personal decision, friends and family can assist in other ways by demonstrating that support is accessible. 

Teachers and Guidance Counselors 

The majority of children and teenagers spend a significant amount of their life in school. Teachers and other school personnel gain a unique perspective on how children are feeling and behaving as a result of this. Peer pressure, social stress, and the difficulties of preparing for life after graduation all contribute to a high rate of mental illness and self-harm among teenagers. As a result, all instructors and guidance counselors should be appropriately educated to assist students of all ages who are struggling. 

Co-Workers and Peers 

Another pillar of a person's support network is coworkers and peers. Authority individuals such as counselors or doctors may intimidate some people. They may find it simpler to communicate their feelings in a more informal setting among peers. Having a support system made up of coworkers or peers might help someone feel normal and included. According to studies, bullied or rejected young people are more likely to self-harm than those who are not. 

Hobbies and Team Activities 

Participating in hobbies or team activities might help people feel more included and purposeful. Hobbies or team activities, at the very least, can serve as a distraction when negative thoughts arise. 

Crisis Lines and Chats 

For quick interventions, virtual or indirect support services such as crisis lines and chatrooms can be quite useful. To begin with, crisis lines and chat rooms are open at all times. There are websites for chatting and crisis lines for speaking with a certified professional in the United States. Texting has been increasingly popular in recent years. If someone requires assistance in the middle of the night, they can contact these services without having to schedule an appointment or wait for someone they know to become available. When self-harm triggers occur, having rapid access to assistance can help someone get help right away. 

Module 8: Prevention Efforts 

This section of the course highlights important suicide prevention initiatives as well as resources for getting help. Some of them are aimed at certain demographics, such as veterans. Others have a broader scope and are aimed at the general audience. 

World Suicide Prevention Day 

The goal of World Suicide Prevention Day is to dispel common misconceptions about suicide and to challenge stigmas associated with the subject. Every year on September 10th, the event is held to keep suicide in the spotlight and encourage preventive initiatives. 

#22ADAY 

The Military Veteran Project is in charge of the Military Suicide Awareness Movement. It gives a voice to the wide network of people active in veteran-related causes, such as the campaign to save the 22 veterans who commit themselves every day. 

NYC Well 

NYC Well is a free, multilingual phone, text, and chat support line for residents of New York City who are dealing with mental health issues. Every day of the year, texting is available in 200 languages. It also provides round-the-clock phone and online peer-to-peer suicide prevention counseling. 

Local Preventive Measures 

Even though their entire programs are not as comprehensive as New York City's, several major cities have taken initiatives to address the danger of suicide. Keeping individuals from accessing heights in isolated regions or traveling out onto bridges is a standard precaution. 

The following are some well-known examples: 

  • Quebec's Jacques Cartier Bridge
  • In Paris, the Eiffel Tower
  • Toronto's Bloor Street Viaduct
  • School Efforts 

Suicide is one of the top three main causes of death among children aged 10 to 14 in the United States. Because children are coping with difficulties such as cyberbullying in addition to their academic struggles, school officials have introduced new programs aimed at assisting students and parents in dealing with these concerns. Encouragement of youngsters to be open about their feelings and seek help if required is one of the most crucial stages in avoiding suicide. Schools all throughout the country are attempting to do so by implementing innovative projects. 

Module 9: Careers in Care 

This section of the course will focus on jobs in mental health treatment and crisis care. Volunteer counselors to licensed psychologists have a variety of functions on different levels of care teams. 

Educational Requirement 

The type of mental healthcare employment a person intends to pursue, as well as their location, will determine the educational requirements. Obtaining a bachelor's and then a master's degree is a popular starting point for most mental health professionals. Depending on their desired specialty, these degrees are frequently in a related discipline such as psychology, counseling psychology, or social work. 

  • Psychologists can assess a person's mental health, diagnose them, and offer individual and group therapy. Psychologists typically hold a PhD in a relevant discipline, such as clinical psychology or counseling, and must be licensed by the state board in which they intend to practice.
  • A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who has specialized in psychiatry. They can do the same tasks as psychologists, but they can also prescribe medications to treat mental illnesses. Psychiatrists must hold a doctorate in medicine (MD), have completed psychiatric residency training, be a licensed physician in the state in which they work, and be board certified. 

Specializing in Crisis Counseling 

The treatment for self-harm is totally dependent on the circumstances of the individual. For medicine, some people may need to see a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a therapist, or a combination of mental health practitioners. There is, however, a niche of mental health practitioners that specialize in crisis counseling. Therapists that specialize in crisis intervention techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, or dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Psychiatrists may utilize treatment or drugs to treat an underlying mental disorder or a contributing issue like drug abuse. 

Work Locations 

There are a number of venues where self-harm and associated underlying issues can be treated. Professionals who can assist people who self-harm or have suicidal thoughts are needed in the following places: 

  • Inpatient treatment facilities, such as hospitals or treatment centers
  • Any location that offers outpatient therapy
  • Centers for addiction and substance abuse
Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Module 1: Introduction 

  • Self-harm and Suicide
  • Forms of Self-harming Behavior
  • Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors 

Module 2: Social Causes 

  • Bullying
  • Peer Pressure 

Module 3: Warning Signs of Self-Harm 

  • Seeing the Physical Warning Signs
  • Emotional Symptoms 

Module 4: Treating Self-Harm 

  • Communication
  • Coping Mechanism
  • Consequences of Self-Harm
  • Formal Therapy Options 

Module 5: Warning Signs of Suicide 

  • Physical Signs
  • Behavioral Signs
  • Risk Factors of Suicide 

Module 6: Treating Suicidal Behavior 

  • Factors in Care
  • Protective Factors
  • Home Environment
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Care 

Module 7: Building Support Networks 

  • Family and Friends
  • Teachers and Guidance Counselors
  • Co-Workers and Peers
  • Hobbies and Team Activities
  • Crisis Lines and Chats 

Module 8: Prevention Efforts 

  • World Suicide Prevention Day
  • #22ADAY
  • NYC Well
  • Local Preventive Measures
  • School Efforts 

Module 9: Careers in Care 

  • Educational Requirement
  • Specializing in Crisis Counseling
  • Work Locations
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  • Introduction to self-harm awareness
  • Social causes
  • Warning signs of self-harm
  • Treating self-harm

  • Warning signs of suicide
  • Treating suicidal behavior
  • Building supportive networks
  • Preventive efforts

Study Self-Harm Awareness Online Course and Learn several distraction techniques that patients can adopt to help them stop self-harm 

Our Self-Harm Awareness Online Course will help you understand why people injure their bodies to relieve emotional suffering or get a euphoric mood. Self-harm has a variety of causes, all of which are incomprehensible to those who do not suffer from it. Self-harm continues to afflict a large number of people throughout the world. The ailment is frequently indicative of mental disease or problem. As a result, raising awareness about this issue is critical so that those who are affected can seek help or receive treatment. 

This Self-Harm Awareness Course begins by defining self-harm and describing its many aspects. We go on to discuss the many reasons for self-harm and the indications and symptoms to look for in those who are suspected of having this problem. We next go through why individuals continue to engage in this terrible behavior that only serves to hurt them. 

The program discusses the many self-harm treatment alternatives available and how they might assist victims in overcoming the problem. There are also other distraction tactics that patients can use to quit self-harming. A few self-harm myths are also debunked. 

Self-harm Awareness Online Certificate Course – Requirements

This course is designed for people with little or no prior experience. The course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

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Self-Harm Awareness Online Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction 

When a person uses self-harm as a coping mechanism, they intentionally hurt themselves. When confronted with complex sentiments, traumatic memories, or overwhelming events, this is common. Self-harm is a strategy for some people to cope with intense emotional feelings, such as low self-esteem. 

Self-harm and Suicide 

Self-harm is frequently thought to be a conscious attempt to injure oneself. However, there is no deliberate attempt to produce life-threatening injury or death danger. The intent makes a big difference between self-harm and suicide. Self-harmers do so in order to cope with their emotions and stressors. They are reminded that they are still alive by the anguish. People who are suicidal generally encounter severe life challenges in addition to possible mental health concerns. These illnesses cause considerable pain. They may choose suicide as a means of putting an end to their suffering. 

Forms of Self-Harming Behavior 

There are numerous kinds and presentations of self-harm, including the following: 

  • Excessive activity
  • Refusing to eat or binge eating
  • Abusing substances such as drugs or alcohol
  • Taking chemicals or poisonous substances that are proven to be detrimental
  • Hitting or punching
  • The skin is cut or burned. 

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors 

A category of chronic habits known as body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) includes nose picking, skin picking, hair pulling, and lip or cheek biting. These activities may harm the person's appearance or result in physical injury. They are frequently executed when the person is aroused, irritated, inactive, or bored. Because the purpose is not to harm oneself, they are not termed self-harm. 

Module 2: Social Causes 

A number of things can contribute to a crisis or bad coping techniques. Trauma, abuse, chronic stress, inability to cope with emotional stress, and specific variables unique to an individual are examples of these. Depression and anxiety, on the other hand, are the two most common reasons. 

Bullying 

There is a significant link between self-harm and bullying. Bullying is defined as aggressive and directed behavior meant to injure another person, especially when there is a power imbalance. Bullying can take many forms, from one-on-one to group bullying. The latter is called mobbing, in which others are present to assist in bullying the victim. 

Peer Pressure 

Peer pressure happens when a person performs something in order to be accepted by their peers. Because the peer may not be exerting purposeful influence, this isn't always the same as bullying. Instead, a person may self-harm as a result of a perceived inability to fit in with peers or as a result of seeing others self-harm. Another person's overt behavior or the feeling of a pressure to accept can both be sources of pressure. 

Module 3: Warning Signs of Self-Harm 

For decades, depression, anxiety, and trauma have afflicted people all around the world, and self-harm has evolved to fit these changing circumstances. Despite the fact that there are numerous effective therapies available, self-harm frequently appears as an accessible and simple method that the affected person picks for immediate relief. This means that the method of self-harm varies greatly from person to person. 

Seeing the Physical Warning Signs 

It's crucial to know what to look for as a warning sign if you're a loved one, teacher, or friend of someone who is self-harming. 

  • Scars, bruises, wounds, and burns are common on the bodies of self-harmers. Individuals with more serious injuries, such as fractures, are also common as a result of mistakenly making a mistake and causing more damage than anticipated.
  • Self-harmers are more likely to use negative coping techniques such as hiding and suppressing their feelings. Patients frequently dress in heavy, dark clothing that covers their entire body, regardless of the season. This can help hide blemishes or markings. 

Emotional Symptoms 

Self-harmers may self-harm emotionally rather than physically. It's crucial to keep an eye out for emotional clues as well as physical symptoms. 

  • Self-harmers tend to hide their emotions while ignoring their surroundings and people.
  • They may be secretive or irritable when confronted with inquiries, making it difficult to converse with them.
  • They may turn to less traditional means of self-harm, such as participating in dangerous activities without regard for injury. Extreme or violent sports, as well as combat, are examples of this. 

Module 4: Treating Self-Harm 

There are, fortunately, ways to change unhealthy coping systems into good ones. We'll talk about therapy alternatives for those who self-harm in this module. Healing may be a deliberate process with the correct tools and help, just like managing any other sickness. 

Communication 

Communication is the first step toward helping a self-harming individual heal as a parent or loved one. Kind and compassionate words can make a huge impact in someone's life, as long as their limits are respected. 

Coping Mechanism 

The next step once an individual begins to open up to the healing process is to develop healthy coping techniques. To ensure that the process is correctly handled, this should be done with the help of a mental health professional. 

Consequences of Self-Harm 

Self-harm can have long-term consequences for people, and it is never the best coping method in any situation. Self-harm can have serious implications, which is why loved ones or friends should never try to address it alone. Patients who self-harm might develop life-threatening health problems as well as long-term or permanent damage. The majority of persons who self-harm do not intend for it to have a long-term effect, yet it is prevalent. 

Formal Therapy Options 

There is currently no treatment for self-harm. Medical practitioners can aid by detecting mental health disorders in patients and directing them to appropriate resources. Popular options include traditional psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. Specialized therapies such as play therapy, art therapy, or music therapy may be beneficial depending on the person's interests. At this time, there are no drugs available to treat self-harm because pharmaceutical approaches tackle underlying problems like depression and anxiety. 

Module 5: Warning Signs of Suicide 

In the United States, suicide is one of the top causes of death. Before taking action, those with suicidal thoughts almost usually show warning signs to their loved ones. These symptoms might manifest themselves in both physical and behavioral changes. Depending on your personality or personal circumstances, the exact manifestations may differ. 

Physical Signs 

Changes in the patient's personality or behavior are sometimes more visible than physical indicators. The following are some of the physical warning indicators of suicide: 

  • An abrupt shift in weight is one of the most obvious physical signs that is clearly noticeable.
  • An individual's appetite might be affected by stress and depressed thinking. As a result, abrupt weight gains or reduction is common among suicidal individuals.
  • Another major physical warning indication in suicidal patients is disrupted sleep habits. They may show indicators of sleeplessness or excessive sleeping. 

Behavioral Signs 

There are a number of behavioral warning indicators that indicate someone is thinking about suicide. These behaviors might develop over time or arise out of nowhere. 

Personality shifts that are drastic 

  • Suicide or death obsession
  • Abuse of drugs and alcohol
  • Isolation from others 

If the person in issue is purposefully isolating themselves or concealing signs of their intent to commit suicide, this can be difficult to identify. They may believe they are unworthy of attention or that expressing their actual feelings would burden their loved ones.

Risk Factors of Suicide 

All elements that can contribute to or raise the likelihood of a person committing suicide are considered risk factors. These triggers might be environmental, family, or medical, and they can differ from one patient to the next. 

  • Schizophrenia, bipolar illness, PTSD, depression, and other psychiatric problems
  • Chronic pain or the end of life
  • Substance abuse (drugs and/or alcohol) is a serious problem.
  • Past traumas such as a loved one's suicide or death, child abuse, relationship problems, or unemployment stress 

Module 6: Treating Suicidal Behavior 

This section of the course will look at how to deal with suicide ideation or attempt in a mental health context. This will involve an examination of protective factors that can assist patients in becoming more robust to the urge to self-harm or consider suicide. 

Factors in Care 

A variety of factors influence the treatment approach for suicidal conduct. The following factors will be considered by a healthcare professional: 

  • The patient's personal and professional conditions at home and at work
  • There are any underlying causes or triggers that you should be aware of.
  • The medical and mental history of the patient 

Suicidal behavior can be treated in a variety of ways, depending on the characteristics indicated above. 

  • Antidepressants or antipsychotics may be prescribed to ease symptoms.
  • Clozapine is currently the most commonly recommended medication for suicidal people.
  • Psychotherapy: Therapies like cognitive behavioral therapy have demonstrated to be effective in this patient population, while specific therapies should be tailored to the individual. Speaking with a psychologist can assist in the management of symptoms and the development of good behaviors. 

Protective Factors 

Protective factors play a critical role in reducing the chance of a suicide attempt. These positive factors aid the patient in resisting harmful urges and moving away from suicidal thoughts. 

  • Suicidal patients can benefit from a supportive group of family and friends who can help them stay linked to society.
  • Learning life skills to occupy their attention increases functionality and assists them in setting future goals. 

Home Environment 

It is vital to offer a safe home environment for someone who is exhibiting suicide thoughts. With the help of a skilled mental health practitioner, this should be done. Recommendations could include, for example: 

  • Placing medicines or prescriptions in a locked cabinet
  • Taking firearms out of the house
  • Access to cleaners, poisons, and chemicals is restricted 

Inpatient and Outpatient Care 

Staying in a psychiatric or other care facility while being treated for suicidal conduct is known as inpatient treatment. This provides enough time and resources for patients' long-term treatment. Outpatient care, on the other hand, refers to the provision of health care services without the need for patients to be admitted to a hospital or clinic. This can also apply to emergency situations. 

Module 7: Building Support Networks 

Self-harm recovery requires the establishment of supportive networks. A support network can provide counsel, encouragement, and stability to people who are going through the recovery process. Family, friends, and classmates can all be part of a support network. Some friendship groups revolve around shared activities like sports or prayer. 

Family and Friends 

Friends and family members never want to see someone they care about suffer. Although quitting self-harm is a personal decision, friends and family can assist in other ways by demonstrating that support is accessible. 

Teachers and Guidance Counselors 

The majority of children and teenagers spend a significant amount of their life in school. Teachers and other school personnel gain a unique perspective on how children are feeling and behaving as a result of this. Peer pressure, social stress, and the difficulties of preparing for life after graduation all contribute to a high rate of mental illness and self-harm among teenagers. As a result, all instructors and guidance counselors should be appropriately educated to assist students of all ages who are struggling. 

Co-Workers and Peers 

Another pillar of a person's support network is coworkers and peers. Authority individuals such as counselors or doctors may intimidate some people. They may find it simpler to communicate their feelings in a more informal setting among peers. Having a support system made up of coworkers or peers might help someone feel normal and included. According to studies, bullied or rejected young people are more likely to self-harm than those who are not. 

Hobbies and Team Activities 

Participating in hobbies or team activities might help people feel more included and purposeful. Hobbies or team activities, at the very least, can serve as a distraction when negative thoughts arise. 

Crisis Lines and Chats 

For quick interventions, virtual or indirect support services such as crisis lines and chatrooms can be quite useful. To begin with, crisis lines and chat rooms are open at all times. There are websites for chatting and crisis lines for speaking with a certified professional in the United States. Texting has been increasingly popular in recent years. If someone requires assistance in the middle of the night, they can contact these services without having to schedule an appointment or wait for someone they know to become available. When self-harm triggers occur, having rapid access to assistance can help someone get help right away. 

Module 8: Prevention Efforts 

This section of the course highlights important suicide prevention initiatives as well as resources for getting help. Some of them are aimed at certain demographics, such as veterans. Others have a broader scope and are aimed at the general audience. 

World Suicide Prevention Day 

The goal of World Suicide Prevention Day is to dispel common misconceptions about suicide and to challenge stigmas associated with the subject. Every year on September 10th, the event is held to keep suicide in the spotlight and encourage preventive initiatives. 

#22ADAY 

The Military Veteran Project is in charge of the Military Suicide Awareness Movement. It gives a voice to the wide network of people active in veteran-related causes, such as the campaign to save the 22 veterans who commit themselves every day. 

NYC Well 

NYC Well is a free, multilingual phone, text, and chat support line for residents of New York City who are dealing with mental health issues. Every day of the year, texting is available in 200 languages. It also provides round-the-clock phone and online peer-to-peer suicide prevention counseling. 

Local Preventive Measures 

Even though their entire programs are not as comprehensive as New York City's, several major cities have taken initiatives to address the danger of suicide. Keeping individuals from accessing heights in isolated regions or traveling out onto bridges is a standard precaution. 

The following are some well-known examples: 

  • Quebec's Jacques Cartier Bridge
  • In Paris, the Eiffel Tower
  • Toronto's Bloor Street Viaduct
  • School Efforts 

Suicide is one of the top three main causes of death among children aged 10 to 14 in the United States. Because children are coping with difficulties such as cyberbullying in addition to their academic struggles, school officials have introduced new programs aimed at assisting students and parents in dealing with these concerns. Encouragement of youngsters to be open about their feelings and seek help if required is one of the most crucial stages in avoiding suicide. Schools all throughout the country are attempting to do so by implementing innovative projects. 

Module 9: Careers in Care 

This section of the course will focus on jobs in mental health treatment and crisis care. Volunteer counselors to licensed psychologists have a variety of functions on different levels of care teams. 

Educational Requirement 

The type of mental healthcare employment a person intends to pursue, as well as their location, will determine the educational requirements. Obtaining a bachelor's and then a master's degree is a popular starting point for most mental health professionals. Depending on their desired specialty, these degrees are frequently in a related discipline such as psychology, counseling psychology, or social work. 

  • Psychologists can assess a person's mental health, diagnose them, and offer individual and group therapy. Psychologists typically hold a PhD in a relevant discipline, such as clinical psychology or counseling, and must be licensed by the state board in which they intend to practice.
  • A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who has specialized in psychiatry. They can do the same tasks as psychologists, but they can also prescribe medications to treat mental illnesses. Psychiatrists must hold a doctorate in medicine (MD), have completed psychiatric residency training, be a licensed physician in the state in which they work, and be board certified. 

Specializing in Crisis Counseling 

The treatment for self-harm is totally dependent on the circumstances of the individual. For medicine, some people may need to see a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a therapist, or a combination of mental health practitioners. There is, however, a niche of mental health practitioners that specialize in crisis counseling. Therapists that specialize in crisis intervention techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, or dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Psychiatrists may utilize treatment or drugs to treat an underlying mental disorder or a contributing issue like drug abuse. 

Work Locations 

There are a number of venues where self-harm and associated underlying issues can be treated. Professionals who can assist people who self-harm or have suicidal thoughts are needed in the following places: 

  • Inpatient treatment facilities, such as hospitals or treatment centers
  • Any location that offers outpatient therapy
  • Centers for addiction and substance abuse
Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Module 1: Introduction 

  • Self-harm and Suicide
  • Forms of Self-harming Behavior
  • Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors 

Module 2: Social Causes 

  • Bullying
  • Peer Pressure 

Module 3: Warning Signs of Self-Harm 

  • Seeing the Physical Warning Signs
  • Emotional Symptoms 

Module 4: Treating Self-Harm 

  • Communication
  • Coping Mechanism
  • Consequences of Self-Harm
  • Formal Therapy Options 

Module 5: Warning Signs of Suicide 

  • Physical Signs
  • Behavioral Signs
  • Risk Factors of Suicide 

Module 6: Treating Suicidal Behavior 

  • Factors in Care
  • Protective Factors
  • Home Environment
  • Inpatient and Outpatient Care 

Module 7: Building Support Networks 

  • Family and Friends
  • Teachers and Guidance Counselors
  • Co-Workers and Peers
  • Hobbies and Team Activities
  • Crisis Lines and Chats 

Module 8: Prevention Efforts 

  • World Suicide Prevention Day
  • #22ADAY
  • NYC Well
  • Local Preventive Measures
  • School Efforts 

Module 9: Careers in Care 

  • Educational Requirement
  • Specializing in Crisis Counseling
  • Work Locations
Requirements

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

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Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

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