Mental Health Awareness Part 2
DATE 13 Jan 2022
FORMAT Online Service
MEMBER PRICE $77.00
NON-MEMBER PRICE $154.00
CONTACT Katrina Tieu - 02 9033 1949
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Mental Health Awareness Part 2
Mental Health represents one of the greatest challenges to our society today. With an estimated 450 million people worldwide suffering from a Mental Health issue, and statistics indicating 1 in 5 Australians will be diagnosed with a Mental Illness at some stage in their life.
154.00

Course Overview:
Mental Health represents one of the greatest challenges to our society today. With an estimated 450 million people worldwide suffering from a Mental Health issue, and statistics indicating 1 in 5 Australians will be diagnosed with a Mental Illness at some stage in their life.

Developed as a two part course in conjunction with Learning Curve (UK) and Jonathan Lincolne (Clinical Psychologist). Considered essential training for all employees in the modern workplace this course educates you on identifying symptoms, the triggers and how to best direct people to qualified support networks.
Part 2 is approx 45 minutes in duration and covers Self Harm and Suicide, Eating Disorders, Mental Wellbeing and Building Resilience.

It is recommended you complete Mental Health Awareness Part 1 first. Part 1 is also approx 45 minutes in duration and covers topics such as the key components of Mental Wellbeing, Stress, Depression and Anxiety.
Register for Mental Health Awareness Part 1 here.

Topics covered
  • Self-Harm

  • Self-Harm Cycle

  • Suicide and seeking help

  • Eating Disorders

  • Psychotic Illnesses; Bipolar and Schizophrenia

  • Mental Wellbeing

  • Mindfulness


Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will learn:
  • Self-harming Behaviors

  • How to identify people at risk of self-harm

  • Types of eating disorders and causes

  • Signs and symptoms of eating disorders and the different approaches to treatment

  • Causes and effects of Psychotic Illnesses

  • How to build resilience and help others to do the same


Designed for
Considered essential training for all employees and employers irrespective of the industry you work in, this awareness course is designed to provide you with a well rounded knowledge of mental illness.
It is intended to be used as a general awareness and refresher course to encourage awareness of mental health issues. This course educates you on identifying symptoms, the triggers and how to best direct people to qualified support networks.

Duration
45 minutes


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