Learn how the cycle of trauma impacts families and communities; particularly communities of color. Learn how to support the inherent resilience of communities and examine your institution's policies through a lens of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion.
Learn about the impact of toxic stress on the body, examine the public health impact of that collective stress, and identify real-life measures that provide protected space relationships that allow your brain to rest.
In this workshop, we will provide a high level overview of Mental Health First Aid, what it is, and how it is applied to provide support to individuals who may be experiencing the signs and symptoms of mental health challenges.
This workshop does not count toward MHFA certification.
Youth Mental Health First Aid is for adults assisting children and youth.
Learn how to identify the onset of a mental health challenge as well as the common signs and symptoms of mental illness for a young person. This training includes building skills to help a young person manage a mental or behavioral health crisis or emergency.
Upon completion of the training, quiz, and evaluation, participants receive a 3-year MHFA certification conferred by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
tMHFA is a series of workshops that teaches teens to support peers who may be experiencing signs and symptoms of mental health or substance use challenges. These trainings are done in partnership with schools and school districts. Please contact us for details.
In this workshop, we will provide a high level overview of The Grief Recovery Method, an evidence-based program to help individuals heal from the pain of loss. We will differentiate between grief and bereavement, and discuss the different kinds of losses that can cause emotional pain. In addition, participants will learn about the physical impacts of grief, what to say / not to say to a griever, and discuss specific strategies for recovery.
Learn to use trauma-informed approaches to improve your work, organizational systems, and your capacity to help the individuals you serve. This set of four trainings can be completed as a series or separately depending on your needs.
Learn to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. Gain skills to help someone in crisis and to provide initial support to someone who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge.
Learn to heal from the pain of loss and to help others who may be grieving. In this training, we teach you about the different kinds of losses that can cause emotional pain. Learn what to say / not to say to a griever, and specific strategies for recovery.