Date & Time
2/7/22 & 2/8/22
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Free. Preregistration required. Registration ends 2/4/22
Detailed instructions to complete the pre-work and joining the class will be included in your registration confirmation. Please allow up to 10 minutes for the message to arrive and check your spam folder.
Mental Health First Aid is an internationally recognized skills-based training that teaches participants (age 18 and up) about mental health and substance-use issues. The interactive training gives participants the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care.
The Adult Mental Health First Aid 6.5 hour class is for employers, faith leaders, first responders, hospital staff, community members, and caring individuals who want to learn how to help someone who is dealing with mental health or substance use issues or crisis.
What skills will you get from this training?
Please note: You need to complete a 2-hour long pre-work prior to the zoom class. The pre-work includes a great slide presentation and videos.
About the instructor:
Danit Erlich, Ph.D. is a community educator and consultant on topics related to communication, wellness, youth & adult mental health, and suicide prevention. Danit taught Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aid classes to hundreds of people, including school staff from different districts, faith communities, the general public, employees in various companies, and in nonprofit organizations. In her coaching business, Danit is working with families of teens on improving communication and reducing confrontation using a unique model she created.
If you have questions, please contact Danit at email@example.com