Mental Health First AID - MHFA - 2022-03-24

Thu Mar 24, 2022 - Fri Mar 25, 2022
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Mental Health First AID is like regular first aid but rather than treating a physical injury, you treat a person who may be experiencing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. When you can recognize the signs of mental problems or mental crisis, you can administer mental health first aid until appropriate professional help is received or until the crisis is resolved.

The course covers the most common mental health illnesses which include substance disorders, mood disorders such as anxiety and trauma, as well as psychotic disorders. Students will learn how to identify signs and symptoms of these illnesses; the steps needed to help support an individual having a mental health crisis; effective interventions and treatments for mental illness; and how to help a person experiencing a mental health crisis to get professional help.

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a comprehensive program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada. The Hope Learning Centre has a certified trainer for this course.

** Please note that Mental Health First Aid is not a Hope Learning Centre course, this is why the course has a fee. **


This Course will Take Place:

March 24th & 25th, 2022
From 8:30am to 4:30pm


This is exclusively an In-Person Class offered in Regina, Saskatchewan
The Hope Learning Centre Classroom is located at:

1888 Angus St.
Regina SK.
S4T 1Z4
(Please use the Angus st. entrance)
 

*A minimum of 8 participants is required to organize a course. In the event we do not have 8 participants, the Hope Learning Centre will contact those who have signed up and offer either a no-hassle transfer to an alternate date, or issue a refund to the original method of payment.

Course Details

 

Course Sections
Details
Section 1
Mental Health & Stigma

  • What is Mental Health First Aid?
  • Common mental health problems
  • Five basic actions of mental health first aid
  • Stigma and discrimination
Section 2
Substance-related Disorders

  • What is a substance-related disorder?
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Risk factors
  • MHFA for substance-related problems
  • Crisis first aid for overdose
  • Treatment and resources
Section 3
Mood-related Disorders

  • What is a mood-related disorder?
  • Types of mood-related disorders
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Risk factors
  • Substance use and mood disorders
  • Suicide in Canada
  • MHFA for mood-related problems
  • Reasons for non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI)
  • MHFA for non-suicidal self-injury
  • Treatment and resources
Section 4
Anxiety and Trauma-related Disorders

  • What are anxiety and trauma-related disorders?
  • Types of anxiety and trauma-related disorders
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Risk factors
  • Substance use and anxiety-related disorders
  • MHFA for anxiety and trauma-related problems
  • Crisis first aid for panic attacks
  • Crisis first aid for acute stress reactions
  • Treatment and resource
Section 5
Psychotic Disorders

  • What is a psychotic disorder?
  • Types of psychotic disorders
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Risk factors
  • Substance use and psychotic disorders
  • MHFA for anxiety problems
  • Crisis first aid for psychotic episodes


Space is limited so please only sign up for this course if you intend to attend the course.

We do offer cancellation on any booking, BUT, we require notice of at least 24hrs prior to this workshop beginning.

Cancelling with less than 24hrs of notice will result in the withholding of 50% of the initial cost of the course.

If no notice is given and you do not show up for the workshop, you will not be refunded
as we will not have made arrangements to fill your seat.


Upon registering you will gain access to the course page for this class. This Course page, which you can access through the "My Courses Tab", will have any course documents you will need for the class.

Please note, you may not see your course in the "My Course tab" until one week prior to the start date of your class.

You will also receive an email reminder for your Workshop which will contain the same documents and class information you'd find on the "Course" page.



Details

Date 03-24-2022 8:30 am CST
End Date 03-25-2022 4:30 pm CST
Registration Start Date 12-09-2021 CST
Event Time Zone CST
Capacity 12
Registered 7
Spots Available 5
Cut Off Date 03-23-2022 12:00 pm CST
Individual Price $185
Speaker Danielle Cameron
Number Hours 8hrs/ Session x 2 = 16hrs Total
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
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