and how to support someone
This very practical and interactive course gives delegates a chance to
explore what non-specialists can do to help make people in distress feel safe,
supported and understood.
Who's it for?
This course is for
anyone who works/lives alongside someone who experiences a mental
health problem or distress and wants
to better support them.
- How to use basic listening skills to build
rapport, promote trust and encourage openness
- Skills to help someone manage their anxiety and
- The importance of promoting wellbeing and good
- Talking with someone about the pros and cons of
- How to briefly assess risk (and what your options
are when someone poses a risk to themselves or others)
- How to respond sensitively and effectively in a
- How to help support someone experiencing the extreme highs and lows associated with
- How to interact
confidently and sensitively with someone experiencing psychosis including unusual beliefs and intense fear (paranoia)
For further information please contact
Havering Mind on: