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Target Audience
CAH Staff / External Care Providers / Social Care Staff
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Event Types
Course (daytime)
Course categories
Adult Social Care
Adult Social Care subcategories
Adult Mental Health / General Adult Social Care
Event description
This will be delivered via Zoom and hosted by Suzanne Pearson. 

Please join the meeting prior to the 9.30 start, so you have time to check that the technology is working.

A community based course to increase awareness and challenge stigma about mental health that participants can draw upon in their day-to-day lives and work.

The views of people with ‘lived’ experience of emotional or mental health issues are central to informing the course content as well as up to date research evidence. 

The course is suitable for anyone including staff and volunteers from a variety of settings working with Adults, and/or Children and Families, who wish to learn more about mental health. It consists of a mixture of factual presentation, small group work and large group discussion within agreed ground rules of confidentiality and respecting each other’s points of view. There are extensive handouts available

The trainer Suzanne Pearson is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and CBT therapist with experience of working in the NHS and voluntary sector. She is a qualified adult trainer with extensive experience of delivering high quality mental health training to a range of participants and organisations. She is a Mental Health First Aid instructor (Standard and Youth courses) and an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) trainer.

SOUTH GLOS COUNCIL STAFF - To access training being delivered by Zoom please complete this form. Once the form is filled out access should automatically be granted within an hour of completion.  ZOOM Access Form

COSTS: £49
Learning outcomes
• To reflect on attitudes towards mental health and ill health and challenge stigma
• To consider the interconnection of biological, social and psychological factors in understanding mental health experiences
• To find out about evidenced based factors that promote wellbeing and resilience
• To explore the continuum of mental health from ‘wellbeing’ to ‘disorder’ and consider some of the diversity factors involved e.g. gender, age and ethnicity
• To clarify services and interventions that are available
• To gain insight into psychosis and the’ hearing voices’ experience
Start Date
Tuesday 30 January 2024
End Date
Tuesday 30 January 2024
Closing Date
Monday 29 January 2024
09:15 - 13:00
Maximum Places
Number of Sessions
Certificate expiry
Pass/Fail event