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Mental Health First Aid – What Next?

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So, you've trained in MHFA. Now what? How do you put this into action to make a real difference in your business? How do you raise awareness of mental health and your role? How are you looking after yourself and getting support? We will help you answer these questions and put your MHFA training into practice with confidence.



You will cover:

  • Agree purpose and desired outcomes for session.

  • Creating a vision

  • Setting the context for mental health

    • Awareness of basic mental health across the organisation

    • Coping strategies e.g. resilience to reduce stress

    • Psychological safety

  • Clarity around the role

    • The title

    • Expectations & boundaries

    • Escalation

    • Protecting yourself

  • The process for using MHFA’ers

  • Communicating the MHFA’ers role

    • How to seek support

    • How to share concerns about colleagues

    • Expectations and boundaries

    • Methodology

  • Working with line managers

    • Responsibility

    • Communication about their team

    • Putting mental health on the agenda

    • Managers’ skills & confidence to have conversations

  • Measuring impact

  • Working together as group of MHFA’ers

    • Peer group support

    • Opportunities to develop skills

  • Any other considerations

  • Review outcomes, plan next steps & consider potential barriers

DATE: 6th November

TIME: 9.30am to 4.30pm

VENUE: TBC (Central London)

TRAINER:

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Lisa Lloyd is a qualified chartered psychologist and psychotherapist. She set up It’s Time for Change to enable people to thrive and increase their capability by focusing on resilience, emotional intelligence and wellbeing. She works with individuals, groups and organisations within the public sector and the corporate world. Together with clients she develops knowledge, skills and processes to help people achieve their full potential by being emotionally and socially smart.

Using a combination of psychological, therapeutic and coaching tools, her approach is underpinned by the premise that putting good emotional health and skills first improves outcomes at all levels. She enables organisations to work in an emotionally intelligent way that promotes a positive sense of team, purpose and wellbeing, alongside being confident to support colleagues experiencing mental health problems. Her holistic, collaborative approach is based on establishing strong relationships and understanding needs in order to develop appropriate support.

LEVEL:  Anyone who already has the MHFA Certificate

COST:  £350 + VAT (Members) £400 + VAT (Non Members)

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