Course length: 4 full days and 3 half days (8 modules)
Max. number of attendees: 16
Training Provider: The Mental Health Toolkit by Suffolk Mind
Price: £950 per person
The Mental Health Toolkit’s comprehensive, 8 module mental health training course equips you and your team with an effective, practical toolkit of techniques, skills and knowledge.
The training is based on up-to-date research from the fields of mental health psychology, addictions, counselling and social sciences. This course will empower you to support people towards recovery whether they are experiencing stress or any of the mental health challenges that can develop from this.
Why choose The Comprehensive Toolkit?
The Comprehensive Toolkit provides attendees with an in-depth understanding of mental health, the challenges people face, and why. Alongside this knowledge, we teach effective tools and strategies your team can practise. In turn, they will be able to confidently support someone, and enable them to meet their needs.
The course will enable your team to support people facing a range of mental health challenges, including:
- Anxiety disorders, including panic attacks, insomnia and poor sleep
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Hallucinations and delusions
- Suicidal thoughts
Your team will also learn how they can look after their own mental wellbeing whilst supporting clients or colleagues with their mental health.
The Comprehensive Toolkit comprises eight core modules plus two specialist options. For full details, please visit The Mental Health Toolkit website.
The Comprehensive Toolkit course delivery
The Comprehensive Toolkit training programme is delivered over 4 full days and 3 half day sessions. These can be scheduled flexibly over 6 to 12 months to minimise disruption to your normal service delivery. Attendees must complete all modules of The Comprehensive Toolkit.
The Comprehensive Toolkit has a 91 Net Promoter Score.
This means over 9 in 10 people would go out of their way to recommend this course to friends, family or colleagues.
For enquires and to make a booking, please visit The Mental Health Toolkit website.