Are you worried that a child you know is self-harming?
I find, that even when I'm upset, talking to people about their issues, and helping them, calms me down
– Franki Eaton
In the past year we've seen a shocking rise in the number of children and teenagers self-harming. Recent official statistics have shown the number of teens admitted to hospital because of self-harm had risen by 10%.
Following our last self-harm clinic two months ago, which helped a lot of self-harmers and parents worried about their children, Dr Ranj is here to offer more advice on the subject. He'll be joined by 25-year-old Franki Eaton, a self-harmer who has raised lots of awareness about the condition.
Later in the show, Dr Ranj and former self-harmer and project director of selfharm.co.uk Rachel Welch will be on hand to take calls from our viewers, whether they're harming themselves, or are worried about somebody who is.