Mental health first aid is a training program that teaches members of the public how to help a person developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. Once 8-hour program is completed you earn a certification that needs to be renewed every 3 years.
Mental Health First Aid for Older Adults addresses the unique mental health challenges people aged 50 and older experience and teaches participants how to notice and respond to an older adult who may be living with a mental illness or addiction. Once 8-hour program is completed you earn a certification that needs to be renewed every 3 years.
QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is an educational program designed to teach lay and professional "gatekeepers" the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond.
The workshop will provide presentations that show racial biases were and are created, how to recognize bias and the steps one must take to change belief systems and patterns of behavior. It is important that we address this matter because racial bias can lead to discriminatory practices that will affect your ethical principles and ultimately affect the individuals you serve.
This workshop teaches you how to identify different types of work-related stress, which can cause a state of physical and emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishments and loss of person identity. You will learn how to recognize dysfunctional workplace dynamics, unclear job expectations, lack of support and work-life imbalance. You will be able to learn some preventable measures to add to your toolbox and create a healthy treatment plan just right for you.
This workshop equip caregivers, senior advocates, and members in the healthcare field, with the tools to understand and manage mental health care needs of the older adult population.
Review later in life transitions faced by baby boomers, effects these changes can have on older adults, and how co-occurring disorders can be managed through holistic care.
Educate participants on the increase of substance use disorders among the baby boomer population. Learn how to identify signs of SUDs and how to integrate mind body therapies into treatment plans.
This training reviews later in life transitions faced by baby boomers, effects these changes can have on older adults, and how co-occurring disorders can be managed through a holistic wellness and culturally sensitive approach. Participants are provided a toolkit to assess if their agency or organization provides culturally competent care to their clients or patients. In addition, participants are equipped with strategies to help their agency or organization become more culturally sensitive.
The goal and purpose of this presentation to provide an analysis on mental health in the United States and taking a deep dive into depression and anxiety. We will explore eastern medicine advance technology on how mind body medicine and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing the treatment of mental health in the United States. The future is now!