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Youth Mental Health Awareness Course

09/03/22 to 09/03/22
10.00am - 12.00pm
Online event
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About this Event

This half day Youth Mental Health Awareness Course hosted by Engage is an MHFA England accredited course which introduces mental health, some common mental health conditions, and how to challenge stigma; an introduction to looking after your own well-being and building confidence on how to support someone in distress.

The youth course additionally provides education and understanding around the mental health of young people between the ages of 8-25 years old.

About the facilitator

Applause for thought was launched on February 3rd 2019 by Actress Raffaella Covino and is now a triple award-winning CIC that facilitates lower-cost mental health support, talks, consultancy and accredited training to all those working in the arts and entertainment industry.

The AFT mantra is ‘education equals prevention’ as they believe that if we can empower individuals and organisations with the awareness, knowledge and tools surrounding mental health and mental ill-health, we can help break the stigma, proactively spot the early signs of mental ill-health and make the arts a healthier and more inclusive industry to be a part of.

How to Book

Book via the Engage website – https://engage.org/happenings/youth-mental-health-awareness-course/

£15 concessionary Engage member ticket, £20 Engage member ticket, £45 non-member ticket + booking fee.

NB: Concessionary, Personal and Organisational Engage members are entitled to reduced ticket costs as part of their member benefits. Members of GEM are also entitled to discount to Engage training as part of their reciprocal relationship. Please contact info[at]engage.org to receive a code or check the most recent e-bulletin, before booking on Eventbrite.

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