This half-day conference brings together researchers, practitioners and decision-makers working on self-harm, to discuss the role and relevance of families and relationships in shaping how self-harm is practiced, understood and responded to.
While much existing work on self-harm focuses on medical treatment, and psychopathological interpretations, this conference will provide space for discussion and debate on social and relational perspectives.

Monday 24 November 2014 12.00 – 4.15
John McIntyre Centre, Edinburgh

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