Online Mental Health Awareness (Part Two) – Fully Booked

18-08-2020

6 November 2020

11:00 am / 1:00 pm

Mental Health Awareness

It is estimated that approximately one in four people will experience a mental health problem in any given year.  Chances are if we are not directly affected by a mental health condition, we will have a family member or colleague who is.  It touches all our lives!  This two-part training course is suitable for anyone interested in learning more about mental health and well-being.  The course will explore the most common mental health conditions and how these impact on psychological, emotional and social well-being.  Other areas covered will include; defining mental health, mental well-being and mental illness; how psychiatric drugs work including side effects; the bio-psychosocial factors impacting on mental health and well-being, the Mental Health Act, identifying and responding to a mental health ‘crisis’, taking steps to positively enhance mental well-being; and understanding mental illness and recovery.

This session will last approximately 120 mins and is delivered online via Zoom

Event Details

Event date: Fri, 6th Nov 2020 – 11:00 am
Event End Date: Fri, 6th Nov 2020 – 1:00 pm
Capacity 12
Cut off date Fri, 6th Nov 2020
Voluntary Organisations Price £00.00
Other Attendees Price £00.00
Trainer David Coombes
Course Level Introductory
Location Birmingham Settlement
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