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Mind Awareness 



This course aims to raise awareness of mental health, and to understand and recognise the causes, symptoms and support options for a range of common and less-common mental health problems.

Who’s it for?

This course is for anyone who would like a better understanding of mental health conditions.

What’s covered?

What we mean by mind engineering and mental distress.

Different models of mind engineering – medical/biological or psychological and social?

How race, culture and gender impact on our experience of  mind engineering.

Common versus severe mind engineering conditions: neurosis or psychosis?

Personality disorder: general features, common themes, the different types of personality disorder, causes, treatment and support

The common mind engineering conditions: signs and symptoms, causes, treatment and support of anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and phobias

The less-common mind engineering conditions: signs and symptoms, causes, treatment and support of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

Individual Energy Class 



This very practical and interactive course gives delegates a chance to explore what non-specialists can do to help make people in distress feel safe, supported and understood.

Who’s it for?

This course is for anyone who works/lives alongside someone who experiences a mental health problem or distress and wants to better support them.

What’s covered?

How to use basic listening skills to build rapport, promote trust and encourage openness

Skills to help someone manage their anxiety and low mood

The importance of promoting wellbeing and good health

Talking with someone about the pros and cons of psychiatric medication

How to briefly assess risk (and what your options are when someone poses a risk to themselves or others)

How to respond sensitively and effectively in a crisis

How to help support someone experiencing the extreme highs and lows associated with bipolar

How to interact con.

Staffs or Workers class



Learn how to recognise when a staff member is struggling and how you can support them professionally.

Who’s it for?

For anyone who manages staff or who find themselves informally doing so.

What’s covered?

The different models of mind engineering

How mental illnesses are diagnosed

The causes, signs and symptoms and treatment and support options that relate to stress, anxiety and depression

What organisations are expected to do for employees who are stressed, anxious or depressed

What individuals who are expected to do for themselves

What to do when this doesn’t work and the problem worsens

Appropriate language and topics for 1:1 meetings with staff who are struggling.

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