Mental Health Amuse’ Course – Afternoon Session 5/16
This May, CHOW is recognizing National Mental Health Awareness month by offering a unique Mental Health Amuse’ Course. These six hours of training is free for industry professionals and is meant to shine light on some of the most pressing issues affecting workplace wellness.
Week One: Wellness and Work, Defined – We introduce a measurable perspective on wellness capital, healthy boundaries, and set some S.M.A.R.T. goals.
Week Two: Mental Health at Work – You’ve heard of HACCP plans… we will write personalized MHSSP (Mental Health Self-Service Plans) and take a look at anxiety, depression, PTSD/C-PTSD, disordered eating, and work addiction.
Week Three: Recovery: Myths and Stigma – We’ll look at the stages of change, describe some of the many alternatives and common approaches to personal and family recovery.
Week Four: Topic: On Being Supportive – We will discuss and practice listening actively, asking good questions, and assessing our own styles of communication and conflict.
These 90 minute sessions are held Monday, Tuesday, or Friday at 9am MST and Thursday or Sunday at 3pm MST. This allows individuals to drop in as their shifting schedules allow. If they attend one session per week, they will receive a certificate of completion at the end of May which can earn them reward points on the CHOW website.
Meeting ID: 817 6567 6420