Learning from Mental Health

Who is it for?

Anyone whose role requires some basic awareness of mental health issues and the key skills required to work with service users suffering from mental ill health. Those who work with people, either colleagues or clients, who have experienced mental ill health or trainers who wish to gain a greater understanding of mental health issues.

What is it about?

For those who find themselves in a situation where they have to provide more support for colleagues, service users or clients who may lead chaotic lifestyles, present with difficult situations, or are coming into contact with new people with mental health issues. We can learn how to manage difficult situations more effectively, understand what contributes to their issues and have an increased awareness and confidence when coming into contact with clients and employees with mental health issues.

Course overview

  • What is mental health?
  • Identify positive mental health
  • Understand types of mental health
  • Mental health facts and figures
  • Explore stereotyping and discrimination
  • Disclosures
  • Identifying signs and symptoms
  • Managing mental health in learning
  • Develop practitioners checklist
  • Handy hints and tips
  • Managing relationships

What will I get out of it?

  • Understanding of how to gain more positive outcomes
  • Identify your own stress levels
  • Self understanding of mental health issues
  • Improved relationships at work and home
  • Practitioners checklist
  • How to support mental health learners

Interested in this course?

Email: CSinitiatives1@gmail.com

For any further information, please telephone Anne on 01562 751412