Adolescent Mental Health Training
About the course:
This one day course is an essential insight into understanding the ever increasing issue of Adolescent Emotional and Mental Health. Throughout the day we explore how to identify positive mental health in order to then be able to recognise the signs and indicators of the various levels of poor mental health across all adolescents. This course encompasses the young person's perspective and how as practitioners you can support them through this complex and difficult journey, it also covers self-harm with a young person present to discuss their life story to the workshop.
Who is this course suitable for?
Any practitioner - social worker, youth worker, teacher, support worker that works directly with adolescents.
- To improve on practitioner's awareness of Adolescent Emotional and Mental Health (AMH)
- To be able to full understand the differences between positive mental health and poor mental health
- To receive all updated statistical information of AMH to be able to understand the depth of the issues and key areas
- To understand the signs and symptoms of a young person suffering from AMH and to learn techniques and strategies on supporting AMH sufferers from listening from direct accounts from young people
- To understand the methods of self-harm, to be able to increase knowledge and be able to support sufferers
- To understand Eating Disorders, including Bulimia and Anorexia
- To increase knowledge on risk management of AMH
- To provide creative strategies in supporting young people
- Understanding of 'self safe' to be able to assist at empowering young people and ensuring long-term positive mental health
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