Mental Health Awareness Workshop.
1 hour, face to face.
Football Clubs, groups.
Face to face (up to 200 people) or online (up to 20), this session is designed as an introduction to mental health and to get people thinking about their mental wellbeing.
The course will improve your knowledge and understanding of mental health disorders and how they affect people every day.
- An understanding of the prevelance of mental ill health in society;
- Explanation of what mental health encompasses;
- Highlights what behaviours to look out for in yourself and others in regards to poor mental health;
- Removing perceived stigma around mental health;
- Normalizing the topic & language;
- Sharing experiences;
- Identifying triggers;
- Practical tools to keep yourself on the good side of the mental health spectrum;
- Understanding what support structures are available should you or a friend need them.
Note: This course is not a therapy or a support group.
Who is it for?
Aimed at football clubs, the session is tailored to specific age groups so keeping the attendees in rough age brackets is recommended. Can be indvidual teams, similar age divisions or larger groups in the club.
Anyone who cares for the wellbeing of people around them. The mental health crisis isn’t going away. It will effect all of us at some time in our lives. The more we understand the more we can help.
Mental Health First Aid Certification.
6hrs online learning (self paced) + 4hr face to face split over two sessions.
An individual adult representative of the school or club.
It is a hands-on, practical response course to help you support someone experiencing mental health issues. In order to prevent long-term mental health complications and the possibility of suicide, early intervention is key.
This course aims to familiarise you with the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and equip you with the tools needed to support people with issues such as depression, anxiety and panic attacks.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to recognise changes in behaviour and offer an informed response to help somebody in need.
Who is it for?
- Individual club representatives who can use the skills learned to become a player wellbeing officer or simply a mental health ambassador within the club.
- Individuals with an interest in further understanding mental health and how to approach certain situations.
- Individuals who have been touched by mental ill health in any form and wish to upskill themselves in the hope to make a difference if called upon in their own worlds.
Building, supporting and inspiring High School Students
Flexible, generally 1 hour, face to face.
High Schools, similar age groups, eg. Years 7+8, 9+10, 11+12
The schools program empowers students to be ready to face what life will throw at them and gives them the tools to recognise mental health signs in themselves and their friends. The team will talk WITH students rather than TO them to ensure the content is highly relatable and easy to digest.
- Provide a clear overview of what mental illness is.
- Changes to watch out for in yourself and loved ones (signs and symptoms of common mental health issues.)
- Ways to approach loved ones you are concerned for.
- Where to go for professional help.
- Practical strategies to stay on the positive side of the mental health spectrum.
- Workshops can also be tailored to focus on specific challenges your school may be experiencing.
Who is it for?
- High School Students
- Generally splitting into three groups is best, years 7+8, 9+10 and the seniors 11+12 but can easily be run for specific groups large or small.