No Harm Done

At YoungMinds we know self-harm is a scary and isolating experience, not just for young people, but also for parents and professionals trying to help a young person through it. That is why we teamed up with The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and The Royal College of Psychiatrists to create a series of co-created short films and digital resource packs on self-harm with young people, parents and professionals.

The aim of No Harm Done is to reassure those affected by self-harm that things can and do improve - it can be hard work, and it might feel worse before it gets better, but coming out of the other side is so worth it. All three films are from the perspective of someone who has experienced issues surrounding self-harm: young people, parents and professionals.

No Harm Done Films

Digital Packs

We’ve created three digital packs to go with the films. These packs include personal stories of young people, parents and professionals, common questions and what to do next, and information on how to find help. You can download the packs using the links below.

Help Spread the Word

You can help  more young people, parents and professionals by ensuring No Harm Done’s resources are made available on your website, social media, presentations and events. In our Media Kit you will find links and downloads for No Harm Done’s films, digital packs, images, suggested content for social media, our press release and contact details for the project partners.

No Harm Done – Media Kit