DiscoverGentle ActivismEp. 2 Crazy at best
Ep. 2 Crazy at best

Ep. 2 Crazy at best

Update: 2022-03-03
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This episode looks at how Bristol Crisis Service for Women helped to change society's view of self-injury and how medical professionals treat it. From its roots as a local feminist collective, through its groundbreaking research into self injury among different marginalised communities, to its current position as the only national self-injury helpline, Bristol Crisis Service for Women fought for the inclusion of user voice.


You can find the transcript for this episode here. Have some feedback on Gentle Activism? Click here.


Trigger warnings: These podcasts contain discussion of self injury, self harm, sexual abuse, childhood sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, suicide.


If you are troubled by any of the issues raised in this podcast, please visit: https://www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk/ for more information or access to support. If you would like to find out more about the project and the history of the Bristol Crisis Service for Women please visit: https://www.womenlisteningtowomen.org.uk/


Gentle Activism was made possible by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Quartet City Fund and the Allen Lane Foundation.

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Ep. 2 Crazy at best

Ep. 2 Crazy at best