13
Feb

0
Therapeutic Observations Mental Health Training

Therapeutic Observations Mental Health Training

Therapeutic Observations are used within hospital and residential settings where service users will be observed on a regular basis. This may be frequent checks through the day and night or increased observations which can include 1:1. Observations are a therapeutic intervention aimed at reducing factors which contribute to increased risk and promoting recovery. It should focus on engaging the person therapeutically and enabling them to address their difficulties constructively.

13
Feb

0
Hoarding Training

Hoarding Training

The aim of this hoarding training is to inform staff supporting an individual who has hoarding disorder. The course will be delivered by a mental health professional and delegates will learn about some of the challenges and stigmas we face when working with people affected by the disorder and have more of an awareness of hoarding.

10
Apr

0
Conflict Management Training

Conflict Management Training

This Conflict Management training is essential as work related violence is a growing concern in most client facing roles. Workplace violence is defined as any incident where a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances related to their work. 

04
Apr

0

Psychological First Aid Training

It is uncertain times for us all and we need to remember that it is vitally important that we protect the health, safety and well being of our workforce. This is especially important for key workers who are working on the front line in order to keep all of us safe. Our Psychological First Aid training is now being delivered via live webinar sessions to NHS Trusts and a large number of organisations across the United Kingdom to ensure we are safeguarding and supporting our heroes wherever and whenever we can.

29
Mar

0
Working With Psychosis (An Introduction)

Working With Psychosis (An Introduction)

Psychosis (also called a psychotic episode or psychotic symptom) is when a person perceives or interprets reality in a very different way to others around them.

Psychosis affects people in different ways. It may be a one off experience, be short episodes throughout life or be something someone lives with most of the time.

Symptoms of Psychosis include hallucinations, delusions and disorganised thinking and speech.

This introduction into working with psychosis course is for staff who support individuals with psychosis. The training is delivered by a qualified mental health professional and can be delivered onsite for up to 15 people. 

15
Mar

0
Post Incident Stress Debrief and Psychological First Aid

Post Incident Stress Debrief and Psychological First Aid

It is uncertain times for us all and we need to remember that it is vitally important that we protect the health, safety and well being of our workforce. This is especially important for key workers who are working on the front line in order to keep all of us safe. Our Post Incident Stress Debrief Facilitator & Psychological First Aid training is now being delivered via live webinar sessions to NHS Trusts and a large number of organisations across the United Kingdom to ensure we are safeguarding and supporting our heroes wherever and whenever we can.

30
Oct

0
Bipolar Disorder Training

Bipolar Disorder Training

Bipolar disorder is a condition formerly known as manic depression.  Sufferers can go through phases of both depression and mania. This Bipolar Disorder course is specifically designed to support staff who care for those with bipolar disorder.

13
Oct

0
Attachment Disorders Training

Attachment Disorders Training

This Understanding & Working with Attachment Disorders training will look at the different kinds of attachment disorder and their consequent effects on development and behaviour.

05
Oct

0
Hearing Voices Training

Hearing Voices Training

This Hearing Voices Awareness Training is delivered onsite to groups of up to 15 learners and is designed to give mental health support workers more of an understanding into peoples’ experiences of Hearing Voices. We also explore how to support an individual presenting with these experiences as a result of them being diagnosed with mental illness or mental health disorder.

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