Safe with Self-Injury

Hosted by by the Department of Sociology and the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce

Old Theatre, Old Building,


Dr Kay Inckle

Conor McCafferty

Noella McConnellogue



Dr Liene Ozolina-Fitzgerald

This event draws on researcher, practitioner and service-user perspectives. It highlights the importance of user-led online services, the role of alcohol and self-injury, and the importance of social justice and harm-reduction to understanding and responding helpfully.

Kay Inckle is from the Department of Sociology at the LSE.

Conor McCafferty is the Business Director and psychotherapist at Zest, Northern Ireland, and Chair of the Northern Ireland Suicide Strategy Implementation Body.

Noella McConnellogue is the Clinical Director and psychotherapist at Zest, Northern Ireland.

Wedge is the founder of the organisation LifeSIGNS: Self-Injury Guidance & Network Support.

Liene Ozolina-Fitzgerald is from the Department of Sociology at the LSE. 

The Department of Sociology (@LSEsociology) has played a key role in establishing and developing the discipline since 1904.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at LSE is comprised of the EDI Office and the EDI Taskforce, which was established in September 2015 for a period of two academic years.

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