This training explores how to recognize the signs that someone is in distress and take effective, caring steps to help. This session will discuss preventing distress, signs and symptoms of distress, how a person might behave when they are experiencing mood problems addictions and suicidal thoughts, and focus on building trust and establishing rapport, not on diagnosing.
Anxiety affects more Americans every year than any other mental health disorder, but is also the disorder that can be treated most effectively. This class will outline approaches to anxiety management and reduction proven to work. Participants will learn about the physiology of anxiety, and will have the opportunity to try out techniques in class such as identifying core beliefs, breathing and relaxation, and anxiety acceptance. Participants will leave with an understanding of tools that can be used to reduce anxiety and how the therapeutic process can be used to support this process.
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