Mental Health Awareness
The Mental health Awareness programme addresses how to treat and manage mental health problems. The course covers issues such as stress, phobias, anxiety and post-natal depression.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS LEVEL 2
The most common factors that can contribute to mental health conditions include stress, anxiety and phobias – all everyday issues.
The Mental Health Awareness Programme covers topics such as stress, phobias, anxiety, eating disorders, post-natal depression and schizophrenia among others – all conditions labelled under the topic mental health. Whether you are an experienced health care worker or new to the industry caring for clients or patients in a work environment, we believe that this Mental Health Programme will assist you with your personal development.
- Learn about the signs of symptoms of such disorders as depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder
- Analyse how we can treat and manage mental health problems
- Laws and legislation.
- Module 1: Understanding Mental Health Legislation
- Module 2: Understanding Stress
- Module 3: Understanding Anxiety
- Module 4: Understanding Phobias
- Module 5: Understanding Depression
- Module 6: Understanding Post-natal depression
- Module 7: Understanding Bipolar disorder
- Module 8: Understanding Schizophrenia
- Module 9: Understanding Dementia
- Module 10: Understanding Eating disorders
The programme is carried out using a comprehensive blended learning resource pack which can be kept to record a staff members development in the subject. Assessment is through a multiple choice question paper and completion of workbook.
Our aim is to provide you with the best deal available when purchasing the Mental Health Awareness course, therefore the registration fee, certification fee, Tutor guide and end of unit examination is included in the course price for you.