Mental Health Programming for the Community and Schools, Youth Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health Resources to use with Secondary Students.
This course is intended to teach individuals about the impact mental health has on youth and to introduce strategies and resources that can be implemented to improve emotional well-being amongst the youth, more specifically, with students. This course can be beneficial for anyone that comes in contact with students or the youth, such as teachers, paraeducators, coaches, occupational therapists, social workers, etc.
In this UDEMY course, mental health resources and education are provided, including Dialectical Based Therapy worksheets and posters and professional development power points on self-regulation, co-regulation, and trauma informed care. Additionally, learn more about the role teachers play in providing mental health care to students at the secondary level. The course content also includes information on the literature review of wellness recovery action plans, Youth Mental Health First Aid, mental health statistics of adolescents, and the mental health perception teachers have on students. Enrolling in this course will equip participants to become more knowledgeable in mental health amongst the adolescent population and in mental health resources. Mental Health matters, and it is of utmost importance to become informed on mental health prevention, promotion, and awareness. Take the next step in becoming more knowledge in mental health in the school setting by enrolling in this course.