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Supporting a young person with mental health concerns can be challenging. Very often, parents, educators and other adults who care for youth are also coping with multiple issues of their own: physical illness, financial and/or marital problems, their own mental illness or daily stress. Having a better understanding of mental health, and the knowledge and skills to address mental health problems are important for maintaining wellness.
Take a training to learn more; see descriptions below. For a list of up-coming trainings/events, visit the “registration” link above.
COMING SOON: Online, self-directed module for school personnel
An online, self-directed module for school personnel will be offered to education professionals this Fall; it will be eligible for one CTLE credit.
Mental Health and Wellness 101
Mental Health and Wellness 101 provides participants with a basic knowledge of mental health, wellness and recovery in an effort to reduce stigma. The training presents mental health as a continuum of wellness and an integral part of our overall health, encourages treatment seeking behavior and self-care to manage stress. Mental Health and Wellness 101 is for everyone – parents and guardians, educators, school staff and administrators, and community partners. Visit the “registration” link above to learn about up-coming trainings or contact the Resource Center at 518.434.0439 to request a training.
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour practice based training that reviews the unique factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents age 12-18. It emphasizes the importance of early intervention and covers how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge. The youth course is intended for anyone 18 years or older to learn how to help young people – including parents and guardians, educators, school staff and administrators, community providers and the general public. Visit the “registration” link above to learn about up-coming trainings or contact the Resource Center at 518.434.0439 to request a training. Six trainings will be provided at no cost through the Resource Center. Space is limited so register today!
Webinars will be offered through the Resource Center. Registration is required; visit the link above for a listing of up-coming trainings.
Resource Center staff, members of the Mental Health Association in NYS, Inc., and our affiliates are available for trainings and presentation opportunities to meet the individual needs of school districts and education stakeholder groups. Contact Amy Molloy, Project Director, at email@example.com for additional information.