Mental Illness Investigated
Positive Psychology Learning directors, Lesley Lyle and Dan Collinson, are qualified trainers of How To Thrive’s Mental Illness Investigated course. This one-day course is designed for school staff to learn the Mental Illness Investigated curriculum, in order to be able to deliver this for 14-17 year olds.
What does the course include?
How To Thrive’s Mental Illness Investigated course focuses on helping young people to understand more about mental health, so that they have an awareness of their own mental health as well as the mental health of other people.
On this one-day course, you will learn about the six lessons of Mental Illness Investigated, so that you are able to teach each of them to young people. The six lessons are based on research from the field of positive psychology and provide practical, evidence-based tools, so that young people will be able to improve their mental health.
The topics in the course includes information about self-harm, depression, anxiety and eating disorders, how they may impact on our mental and physical health, and how to deal with them.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for people who are looking to raise awareness of mental illness with 14-17 year olds. The Mental Illness Investigated course will enable you to further your understanding about mental illness and to develop skills so that you are able to teach the six lessons to young people.
To register your interest in Mental Illness Investigated and to find out more information about the course, including dates and venues, please contact us.