The workshop will begin with a PowerPoint and basic overview of self-harm including types of self-harm, average age range when it happens, populations (geared toward the LGBTQ population), risk factors, self-harm in connection with depression, and some common causes of self-harm. I will share pieces of my story as an LGBTQ+ adolescent and my journey with self-harm and identity to where I am now as a social worker. I will then provide protective factors for LGBTQ youth in helping to replace self-harm behaviors with positive behaviors/coping strategies. I will do an interactive activity with participants including creating a "care list", to write one's own coping skills to carry with them when they are going through difficult times in their lives. This will be with notecards, markers, and key rings that will be provided. I will introduce the idea of "printing one's scars," as an empowering intervention for those who have self-harmed in the past, including showing my own scar print. This includes using paint to cover the scar and then printing it onto a sheet of paper. I will end with questions or comments from those who attended.