Guidance for Practitioners
Use our guides to help you talk to people who could be at risk of suicide or self-harm about their online activity. Created with people with lived experience.
We explore why and how people create, share or browse content relating to suicide and self-harm. Learn about the risks and benefits.
We help you with what to do when you come across online activity around suicide and self harm that worries you.
Find resources that you can download and share with colleagues, parents and the people you work with.
Take our module on internet safety, suicide and self-harm to learn how to have supportive conversations with the people you work with about their online activity around suicide and self-harm.
Online harms advisory service
Contact our advisory service for further support around online content related to suicide and self-harm.
Download printable information on internet safety, suicide and self-harm to give to people you work with and parents and carers.
Social media toolkit
Download our social media toolkit to share with other practitioners, encouraging them to learn about internet safety, suicide and self-harm.