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Are you the parent of a

self-harming young person?

Would you like to support your child's journey back to health and happiness…


But Need Help & Support?

Download this FREE E-BOOK

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Learn how to lead your self-harming child back to health and happiness.

Created for parents

​Written by ​experts

Understand why you can't watch from the sidelines

Learn how to support a young person's healing

This booklet has been created by our partner organisation
The Horizon Plan.


It will teach you about the key role that you can play
to support your child’s journey

from self-injury to health and happiness.

"You can help your self-harming child. 

I was once were you are today; filled with fear, worry and confusion...I had no idea how to help my daughter who was self-harming every day.

This booklet introduces you to process we've used to help parents all over the world. It explains the vitally important role you, the parent, can play to support your child's journey back to health and happiness.

I know it will give you hope and guidance for supporting your own child."

Claire Sutton

Founder - The Horizon Plan

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Angela P.

Mother of 14 year old daughter

The Course itself was fun (amazing for such a topic) with an emphasis on supporting our children in a compassionate and hopeful way.

I would 100% recommend this course.

It doesn't matter where you are in your journey with your child, the course is designed to be absorbed on so many different levels." 

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Kate T.

Mother of 14 year old daughter

“It’s been really inspirational.

I now have a renewed sense of optimism in the situation and practical ways of helping my daughter.

I recommend this course to any parent struggling with the stress and anxiety of having a child or teen self-harming. ”


Phil W.


“The Horizon Plan has been a guiding light for me.


It has enabled me to navigate difficult situations and difficult circumstances”

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