Adult Mental Health First Aid Class

Summit Living Room 7604 63rd Street, Summit, IL, United States

By the end of this class, you will be able to...

Confidently have a supportive conversation with someone about mental health or substance use challenges.
Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect someone to professional & self help resources
Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge
and so much more

Mental Health Topics covered include :

Anxiety

Bipolar Disorders

Depression

Eating Disorders

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders

Psychosis

Schizophrenia

Youth Mental Health First Aid Class

LaGrange Living Room 4731 Willow Springs Road, LaGrange, IL, United States

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a 7 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include: Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior Disorders (including ADHD), Eating Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Adult Mental Health First Aid Class

LaGrange Living Room 4731 Willow Springs Road, LaGrange, IL, United States

Adult Mental Health First Aid is an 8 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for community service members, parents & guardians of adult children, social workers and therapists, health care workers, beauticians, religious practitioners, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and work primarily with adults. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units). Earn 7.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with someone about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect someone to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include : Anxiety, Bipolar Disorders, Depression, Eating Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, Schizophrenia, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Justice Park District 7747 Oak Grove Avenue, Justice, IL, United States

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a 7 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include: Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior Disorders (including ADHD), Eating Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Free

Primeros Auxilios de Salud Mental de Jovenes (PASMJ)

Summit Living Room 7604 63rd Street, Summit, IL, United States

En este curso, aprenderá ... cómo evaluar el riesgo de autolesión o pensamientos de suicidio será consciente de los trastornos mentales comunes, incluyendo los signos y síntomas apoyar y escuchar a un jóven cuando está pasando por una crisis de salud mental y más    Los Temas Principales :  Anxiety (Trastorno de ansiedad) Bipolar Disorders (Trastornos bipolares) Depression (Depresión) Disruptive Behavior Disorders (Trastornos de conducta disruptiva) Eating Disorders (Trastornos alimentario) Substance Use (Trastorno por uso de sustancias)   Se Registra AQUI 

Free

Adult Mental Health First Aid

Oak Park Community Rec. Center 229 Madison Street, Oak Park, IL, United States

This Adult Mental Health First Aid is a blended course. Blended Learning in this case means that participants will complete 2 hours of online pre-work before attending the class in person. This will be required prior to attending the class in person. The content will be available through the learning management system, MHFA Connect. This course is designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for community service members, parents & guardians of adult children, social workers and therapists, health care workers, beauticians, religious practitioners, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and work primarily with adults. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units). Earn 7.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to… Confidently have a supportive conversation with someone about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect someone to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and […]

Free

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Summit Living Room 7604 63rd Street, Summit, IL, United States

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a 7 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to… Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include: Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior Disorders (including ADHD), Eating Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Free

Primeros Auxilios de Salud Mental (PASM)

Summit Living Room 7604 63rd Street, Summit, IL, United States

En este curso, aprenderá ... cómo evaluar el riesgo de autolesión o pensamientos de suicidio será consciente de los trastornos mentales comunes, incluyendo los signos y síntomas apoyar y escuchar a un adulto cuando está pasando por una crisis de salud mental y más    Los Temas Principales :  Anxiety (Trastorno de ansiedad) Bipolar Disorders (Trastornos bipolares) Depression (Depresión) Eating Disorders (Trastornos alimentario) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (Trastorno de estrés postraumático) Psychosis (Psicosis) Schizophrenia (Esquizofrenia)   Se Registra AQUI

Free

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Oak Park Community Rec. Center 229 Madison Street, Oak Park, IL, United States

This Youth Mental Health First Aid is a blended learning course, which in this case means that participants will complete 2 hours of online pre-work before attending the class in person. This will be required prior to attending the class in-person. The content will be available through the learning management system, MHFA Connect. The course is designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to… Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person […]

Free

Youth Mental Health First Aid

LaGrange Living Room 4731 Willow Springs Road, LaGrange, IL, United States

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a 7 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include: Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior Disorders (including ADHD), Eating Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Free

Adult Mental Health First Aid

LaGrange Living Room 4731 Willow Springs Road, LaGrange, IL, United States

Adult Mental Health First Aid is an 8 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for community service members, parents & guardians of adult children, social workers and therapists, health care workers, beauticians, religious practitioners, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and work primarily with adults. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units). Earn 7.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with someone about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect someone to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include : Anxiety, Bipolar Disorders, Depression, Eating Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, Schizophrenia, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Free

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Western Springs Senior Center 4211 Grand Ave, Western Springs, United States

Youth Mental Health First Aid is a 7 hour long course designed by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing (https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/) This evidence-based, research-supported program is designed for parents & guardians of children ages 12-18, teachers & school staff, social workers, coaches and camp counselors, and anyone in between. Participants must be 18 years or older and primarily interact with young people. This course is also an accredited professional development opportunity in the form of CEUs (continuing education units) or CPDUs (continued professional development units). Earn 6.5 hours to count towards renewing your license!   By the end of this class, you will be able to... Confidently have a supportive conversation with a young person about mental health or substance use challenges. Apply the ALGEE action plan in pre-crisis scenarios to connect a young person to professional & self help resources Identify common signs and symptoms of a mental health challenge De-escalate a crisis situation in which a young person is self-harming or having thoughts of suicide and so much more   Mental Health Topics covered include: Anxiety, Depression, Disruptive Behavior Disorders (including ADHD), Eating Disorders, Psychosis Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Register HERE

Free