Freedom From Self Injury and Harming 

What is Self Harm and How Can I Stop Doing It? 

Please join me on this webinar to find out a little bit more about self harm and how you can start to feel better about your life without the need to harm yourself.

On March 1st this year it will be International Self Injury/Harm Awareness Day and to honour that day I wanted to create a webinar and online course to help anyone who is suffering from anxiety and stress who is using self harm or self injury to help make themself feel better.

We all know self-harm to be when somebody intentionally damages or injures their body. It's usually a way of coping with or expressing overwhelming emotional distress. ... However, the intention is more often to punish themselves, express their distress or relieve unbearable tension. Sometimes the reason is a mixture of both. Does this sound like you?

Some people have described self-harm as a way to:  

Express something that is hard to put into words Turn invisible thoughts or feelings into something visible Change emotional pain into physical pain Have a sense of being in control Escape traumatic memories Punish yourself for your feelings and experiences  

And after self-harming you may feel a short-term sense of release, but the cause of your distress is unlikely to have gone away. Self-harm can also bring up very difficult emotions and could make you feel worse.  

But please realize that self harm doesn't always have to be about cutting ourselves it can manifest in the form of drinking too much, gambling, eating too much or not eating enough, having that extra glass of wine and always saying yes to things that we do not physically or emotionally have the capacity to deal with.It can even be about how we show up and behave in our relationships.

Take a look at this short animation and then join me for the webinar.


If Self Harming is Causing you Pain and Discomfort then Join Me For This Potentially Life Changing Webinar 

And You Will Learn :

  • How your State of Mind influences your actions
  • How to judge less and be more gentle on yourself 
  • The simple principles that always underpins your behaviour
  • Where habits and addictions really come from 
  • How to effortlessly let go of feelings and emotions that trigger your actions
  • How to live life from a calmer and more enjoyable space no matter what is going on around you
  • How to finally stop hurting yourself 




About Your Presenter

My name is Jacquie Forde. I am a mother to three tenacious grown up daughters who have over the years guided me to be a better Mumma and I have spent over 4 decades working in the health-care field in different professional capacities.

 I am a trained nurse, midwife, and have also worked in the corporate arena within the pharmaceutical industry for many years in fact all of my working life has been within the field of health and wellbeing as a nurse,midwife,employee and as a consultant and coach. 

I have to admit to being a longtime seeker in search of ending my own feelings of depression,worry and angst. As a result, I trained in Psychology and various self-help modalities, such as hypnosis, NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and the principles behind our human experience. Currently I help many people globally who are struggling with depression, eating disorders, self harming, grief, anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, and behavioural concerns and those wanting to know more about the principles behind life as a mentor and trainer so that they too can share this incredible understanding. 

I hold professional qualifications in Nursing, Midwifery, Hypnotherapy and I am an NLP Master Trainer and Professionally qualified Three Principles Facilitator.

Come join me on an adventure to live an easier and more successful life.

love, Jacquie


Jacquie Forde RGN RM Coach Consultant International Speaker

Looking forward to meeting you soon


Stay in the conversation with me to find out more about this global online course which is introducing a new understanding of the mind to help you stop self harming.

We begin on March 1st 2018.