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Mental Health First Aid & Well-Being Training Conference
Wed, 16 Aug 2017, 09:00 – Sat, 19 Aug 2017, 16:30 BST
This is a collaborative Mental Health First Aid Workshop/Training aimed at reducing the ignorance about the meaning and impacts of Mental Health problems in the socio-economic and political development efforts for Nigeria and Africa generally.
The Workshop/Training Programme is built on an innovative approach known as the Model for Mental Health and Development which addresses both people’s illnesses and their economic and psychosocial well-being.
Mental Health First Aid & Well-Being Training has become very vital to all persons (just as First Aid for wounds) because mental health problems are becoming much more common, especially depression, post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), anxiety and those other Undiagnosed Medical Symptoms and conditions associated with popular sicknesses (such as Cancer, Cardiac Arrest, High BP, etc).
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EXPECTED OUTCOME FROM TRAINING INCLUDE:
Knowledge and understanding of ten mental health conditions plus Psychosomatic Symptoms
Understand how to spot the early signs of mental health problems
Feel confident helping someone experiencing psychological disorientation
Help prevent someone with challenges from hurting themselves or others
Help stop mental illness from getting worse due to neglect and isolation
Help someone recover faster from mental health challenges
Guide someone towards identifying the right support in or outside the community
Practical guidance on how best to manage a situation involving someone who is experiencing mental health issues
Ways to unburden after a challenging experience to avoid post-traumatic stress
How to build resilience, and overcome the fear of stigmatization