Mental Health, Debt and Wellbeing Training (Overview)
Our aim is to provide frontline workforces in private, public, community, and voluntary sectors with the skills to appropriately start conversations about mental health.
We all need support with our Mental Health and Wellbeing at times. Staying on top of our mental wellbeing is good for us now but also helps us manage difficult times in the future.
What you’ll learn:
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Understand the local context of debt and mental health
- Confidently use healthy conversations principles to initiate conversations about mental health.
- Identify the signs of someone trapped in a cycle of poor mental health and debt
- Safely ask and listen to someone about their mental health
- Safeguard the person who may be at risk of crisis
- Be aware of the mental health support and resources available.
- Confidently work in partnership with other organizations to provide the best possible outcome for those with mental health problems.
- Overview of the Connect 5 Model
- Trauma-informed Approach
- Links between debt and mental health
- The New Breathing Space Regulations and Statutory Debt Repayment Plan
- Healthy conversations and myth busting
- Active listening
- Proactive referrals to Mental Health services
- Stop, Start, Continue and Change
Who’s it for?
This course is perfect for anyone engaging with members of the public in a work or voluntary capacity, managers, team leaders and individuals who want to better support their staff or those around them.
How it's delivered:
This course is delivered live on-line with a trainer and can be accessed via a PC, Mac or Tablet. There will be group work and breakout sessions. You can interact, ask questions, and practice new skills – all without leaving your desk.