Mental Health Intervention training - Modules 2&3
9.30am to 4.00pm at Nottinghamshire
9.30am to 4.00pm
Nottinghamshire County Council have commissioned Harmless to deliver a range of Mental Health awareness and Suicide prevention accredited courses. Please note, you must be a resident or supporting people who reside in Nottinghamshire to qualify for a place on this training course in order to meet eligibility criteria for this free training session. Only 2 people from the same organisation can attend the course at one time.
For more information or advice on the courses being delivered please speak to a member of the training team via email@example.com or 0115 880 0281.
Full day Module 2 & 3 Mental Health, Suicide Awareness and Intervention training
Third Sector frontline staff may work with a mixture of clients including those with low mood or worry and those who may have more medium level mental health support needs, with one or more coexisting conditions.
Module 2 & 3 Target Audience
For third sector frontline staff working with:
- Adults (18+) with low level mental health support needs, those with undiagnosed mental health conditions, those with low mood or worry
- Or adults (18+), with medium level mental health support needs, who may have one or more coexisting conditions
Module 2 &3 learning outcomes:
- Understand the mental health continuum
- Recognise the signs and symptoms of a range of mental health conditions
- Explore the links between physical and mental health
- Recognise the risk factors and warning signs for suicide risk
- Build skill and confidence in supporting someone in suicidal crisis
- Increase awareness of the impact of attitudes and beliefs that lead to stigma and discrimination around mental ill health and suicide
- Understand the wider impact of emotional distress and suicide on friends and family
- Explore the Five Ways to Wellbeing and Safe to Talk about Suicide
- Increase confidence in guiding and supporting someone in distress to appropriate professional services, including those in suicidal crisis
- Explore the links between physical and mental health, including a focus on long-term physical health conditions and behavioural disorders
- Recognise signs and symptoms of a range of mental health conditions
- Understand the impact mental health conditions have on a person’s life as well as the wider impacts
- Develop skills to respond to and support someone with a mental health condition
- Establish ways to support individuals in self-management and early intervention
Venue: Ashfield venue to be advised with booking confirmation
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