Mental Health First Aid Manual by Betty KitchenerBorrowed from Library for coursework project.
This (small) manual was written to accompany the 12 hour Mental Health First Aid Course available in every Australian State and Territory. More info on the courses at www.mhfa.com.au.
The booklet is well set out and seems basic but contains all the info one needs in checklist form and a few at a glance charts - essential in an emergency situation. The course and the booklet does not teach people to become therapists or experts, but is designed for people to recognise the symptoms of mental health problems and how to provide initial help and when to call 000 (ambulance) or guide people towards the appropriate professional help.
Youth Mental Health First Aid Booster
Youth mental health first aid: a description of the program and an initial evaluation
Mental health first aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem, or in a mental health-related crisis, until appropriate professional treatment is received or the crisis resolves. Course content includes depression, panic attacks, schizophrenia, substance abuse, psychosis, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, suicidal thoughts and behaviours, traumatic events and self injury. All participants receive a Manual and Certificate of Completion. Youth Mental Health First Aid is a hour two-day course for adults working or living with adolescents, those aged between approximately 12 and 18 years. However, the course can be relevant for those helping people who are a little younger or older. This course is particularly suitable for parents, teachers, sports coaches, and youth workers. Mental health problems covered in the course content includes depression, eating disorders, psychosis, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders and substance use problems.
Adolescence is the peak age of onset for mental illness, with half of all people who will ever have a mental illness experiencing their first episode prior to 18 years of age. Early onset of mental illness is a significant predictor for future episodes.
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A Guide to What Works Booklets
These Guidelines were produced using the Delphi method, a systematic way of assessing the consensus of a panel of experts. These three guides were written by Prof Tony Jorm and other researchers from the University of Melbourne. They have been published by beyondblue. These booklets provide a comprehensive review of treatments A-Z for depression and anxiety disorders, including medical, psychological, complementary and lifestyle interventions. The aim of these booklets is to assist people to make informed choices by providing a summary of what the scientific evidence says about each treatment. The booklets rate the evidence for the effectiveness of each treatment using a thumbs up scale.
We offer the full hour Mental Health First Aid England - Youth course which provides participants with the essential skills and knowledge to work with young people. Afternoon: Depression and anxiety. Day 2 morning: Suicide and psychosis. Afternoon: Self-harm and eating disorders. Mental Health First Aid Youth is ideal for those who work, or have an interest in working with young people in a professional or voluntary capacity. It is also useful for people who are interested in the mental health of young people such as parents or carers.