Mental Wellness and Resilience

 

The purpose of this training session is to enable team members to increase their own understanding of mental wellness and their awareness of a positive resilience skill set. The workshop will build on existing knowledge in relation to mental wellbeing and explain the importance of resilience.  Participants will be given time to look at their practice in relation to their own mental wellness and given space to develop a set of positive resiliency skills.

Suitable for: All organisations that wish to promote mental wellness and resilience in their staff. Especially beneficial to Human Resource Staff, Management (all levels), Support Workers, Social Care Workers, Addiction Workers, Family Care Workers, Education and Medical Workers. 

What the training will cover

Understanding mental wellness

Increasing awareness of factors that impact mental health

Acknowledging and using strengths

Exploring resilience – what is it and how to learn it

Making a resiliency plan

How these skills and approaches could help at work

At the end of the training session participants should be able to:

  • Better understand mental wellness
  • Recognise the factors that can influence mental health
  • Appreciate the importance of resilience and resiliency
  • Have an understanding of how to promote their own positive mental wellness and practice resiliency skills at work and in their personal lives

What is involved

Directed learning through presentation

Group discussion, group work and interaction

Practical skills learning through role-play

Suggestions for further learning and reading

Tailoring the training content

As all of our training is bespoke, we will consult you prior to delivery. A review of current practice within your organisation is offered and we will aim to build a programme which meets any identified needs.

The Learning Curve Institute also offers a bespoke post-course support system whereby participants are provided with the contact details of the trainer and can contact them with questions they may have at any point subsequent to the training day.