Aims of this course: To understand what mental health is To recognise factors influencing mental health To understand stress, causes and effects To recognise signs and symptoms of common mental health problems To have an understanding of how to help your own mental health and others
In this course, we’ll look at grief and bereavement and offer advice on speaking to someone who is going through this experience.
This online course is a reminder of the content you have gone through in your virtual training. This is a handy way to look back over what you have learnt and remind you of what to do.
Many people experience panic attacks at some point in their lives – they are common, and likely linked to a stressful or anxious situation. Although anyone can have a panic attack, people with anxiety disorders (including agoraphobia and panic disorders) are more prone to them. In this course, we’ll look at the signs and symptoms […]
This course looks at the effects of poor sleep on your mental health, and what you can do to improve your quality of sleep. “During the day, my brain is fuzzy, my memory is noticeably affected. I barely have energy to function.”
This free course is designed as a brief introduction to depression, and will look at: The definition, symptoms, and causes of depression Getting a diagnosis Treatment options Self-care We’ve also included a number of resources which you may find useful.
The Wellness Society have created this free course to help you build resilience during difficult times.
This free course is designed as a brief introduction to anxiety, and will look at: The definition, symptoms, and causes of anxiety Getting a diagnosis Treatment options Self-care We’ve also included a number of resources which you may find useful.
Course overview What this course covers: Where our views on parenting come from Infant/child emotional development What influences infant/child development Positive parenting ideas What this course doesn’t cover: Practical methods for infant/child care (e.g. feeding/washing/sleeping) Infant/child development milestones/stages (e.g. motor skills/language) General notes: Throughout this course the term parent is used to simplify language. This […]
Supporting Teenagers’ Emotional Wellbeing is a course designed to give parents/carers an understanding of the pressures that teenagers are under and how that may affect their mental health. Young people will go through a variety of changes, most of which are out of their control. The aims of the course are as follows: To recognise […]