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A strategic approach to deal with mental health

Mental Health Response is our signature course. It is a hands-on, practical response course to help you support someone experiencing mental health issues. 

In order to prevent long-term mental health complications and the possibility of suicide, early intervention is key. 

This course aims to familiarise you with the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and equip you with the tools needed to support people with issues such as depression, anxiety and panic attacks. 

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to recognise changes in behaviour and offer an informed response to help somebody in need.

This is a 4 hour course which can be delivered as either:

          * face to face delivery over 4 hours

          * zoom as two separate modules of 2 hours (over two days)

Our MHR course is now accredited through Fitness Australia for CEC and with Exercise and Sports Science Aust. for CPD points.

What we cover

  • An overview of mental health.

  • The signs and symptoms of common mental health issues.

  • Approaching someone who is experiencing poor mental health. 

      • How to communicate and listen effectively. 

      • Questions you should ask.

      • Phrasing difficult talking points.

      • Handling challenging situations such as suicide.

      • How to provide immediate or ongoing support.

  • Strategies on how to maintain your own mental health.

  • Tips and suggestions to pass on to colleagues and team mates.

  • Where to get help and support.

How you'll benefit

  • You’ll learn what you need to know about mental health and practical tips you can use immediately.

  • Gain confidence in talking about mental health.

  • Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of poor mental health.

  • Know how to approach and support someone who is showing signs of poor mental health.

  • Understand the importance of self-care and looking after your own mental health.

  • Teachers

  • Students

  • Parents 

  • PT's

  • Managers and coaches of sporting teams.

  • Sporting teams.

  • Sporting staff such as physios, massage therapists, trainers and medical teams.

  • Anyone working with reporting staff

Who's it for?

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