Mental Health & Wellbeing Training For Parents and Teachers

  • Zoom Webinar
  • April 11, 2021
  • Sunday, 11:00AM to 12:30PM

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Mental Health & Wellbeing Training For Parents and Teachers

Zoom Webinar

Sunday, 11:00AM to 12:30PM
April 11, 2021

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Mental Health & Wellbeing Training For Parents and Teachers

Zoom Webinar

Sunday, 11:00AM to 12:30PM
April 11, 2021

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Mental Health & Wellbeing Training For Parents and Teachers

 

Improve your awareness and knowledge about mental health and learn ways to support your own mental wellbeing and those around you.

At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

  • Have an understanding of what Mental Health and Wellbeing is from an Islamic perspective.
  • Be able to identify and recognise mental health difficulties.
  • Understand mental health issues in children and young people.
  • Understand why is it hard to talk to our children and to each other about mental health.
  • Develop active listening skills, empathy and reflection.
  • Learn how to ask children and young people open-ended questions.
  • Understand where to go for help and become aware of the services available.
  • Learn to better take care of yourself and manage stress.

Zoom pre-course information:

  • You must have a strong internet connection to enable interaction via the online format.
  • Access to a quiet area.
  • Ideally access to headphones with a microphone to exclude external noise interruption.

Target Audience:

  • Parents and Teachers

Course Instructor:

Rubbia has graduated with a degree in psychology and masters degree in psychiatric research. She is set to study a postgraduate diploma in Cultural & Global Perspectives in Mental Health Care. She has been working in the mental health sector for a several years, with her experience ranging from clinical to community work. Aiding the mental wellbeing of vulnerable groups such as refugees & low income families has been the forefront of volunteer projects she has led & participated in both in the UK and abroad. She aspires to pursue a career in clinical psychology to work on transforming how mental health is catered for, clinically & socially within the Muslim & wider community.

For any other questions please contact webinars@inspiritedminds.org.uk

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