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Mental Health Awareness

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According to mental health charities, one in four adults experience a mental health problem every year and one in six experience a mental health issue each week. These issues affect people from all walks of life – no one is immune to psychological distress.


Mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children and young people. They include depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder, and are often a direct response to what is happening in their lives.


Although mental illness is relatively common, sufferers often feel too ashamed to seek help. In some cases, this can have devastating consequences – mental illness diminishes an individual’s quality of life and can even result in suicide.

Fortunately, simply being aware of the signs, causes and treatment can create a safe environment – whether at home or in the workplace – whereby people feel as though they can talk about their problems and access appropriate interventions. This course will provide you with an introduction to the concept of mental illness, the signs and symptoms of the most common mental illnesses and how mental distress can be successfully managed.


You will Learn:

The main symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders and panic attacks, and how psychological distress manifests itself and how mental illness impacts a person’s life. The main symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders and panic attacks.

How medication and talk-based therapies are used in the treatment and management of mental illness, and why some people with mental illness need to stay in hospital on an inpatient basis.



Benefits of Taking This Course:

You will be able to support those experiencing mental illness or psychological distress, both at home and in the workplace.

If you are interested in a career supporting those with psychiatric difficulties, this course will provide you with a useful overview of the most common mental health topics. If you work in an HR or management role, this course will provide you with the skills you need to support employees with mental health problems. If you are interested in psychology, this course will give you an insight into the various forms mental illness can take and how it is treated.

Format: Online training course
Duration: Takes around 20-30 minutes to complete
Course work: Manual & Written Assessment
Completion: Digital Certificate of Completion
Fee: £20+VAT - £20 gets donated to charity

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Donations Made So Far

Mind Charity - £5,720
Young Minds Charity - £2,900


Our current mental health charity is Young Minds which we are donating to via work for good

We will continue to donate what we have raised every quarter to our chosen charity.
We are hoping to raise money for as many mental health charities as we can.

Mental Health Awareness Course Fee:
This course is only £20.00+VAT and the full £20.00 fee will be donated to charity.

The current mental health charity we are donating to is Young Minds through Work For Good.

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