Coping With Mental Health

3 days and 2 nights at the college

Monday 8th - Wednesday 10th April 2024

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This course will explore what mental health is and why good mental health is important. We will identify the factors which affect us and the common reasons why people experience poor mental health.  

Fees

This course could be FREE to you. Take a look at our fees page here

Level 3

Mental health issues affect 1 in 4 people with nearly 12% of the population experiencing depression and anxiety, making it the most common issue of current times. Our mental health affects every aspect of our lives and good mental health is essential to our overall health and wellbeing.

Please note:

You must have the capacity to be able to discuss challenging topics during this course

Just like our physical wellbeing, we may have periods when we are mentally challenged. You may have encountered someone with mental health issues and felt unable to help them. Fortunately, this course will expand your understanding of mental health issues and their impact as well as provide an insight into some of the skills that can support others.

If you work with or wish to work in the area of supporting people with mental health issues, or you have a personal interest, this course will prepare you to respond effectively and appropriately in supporting the mental well-being of others.

During this course you will explore:

  • What good mental health is
  • The symptoms of poor mental health
  • Common mental health conditions
  • Conventional and alternative approaches to treating mental health conditions
  • The commonly held myths surrounding mental health and how to counter them.
  • Identify support strategies for building resilience in others
  • Support agencies

Entry Requirements 

You must be working at Entry Level 3 in Literacy, or above