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.
The LGBTQ+ training reviews the basics surrounding sexual and gender identity. It then explores avenues and tactics to make the workplace a safe environment including a discussion about language. The training will have an educational component covering statistics on the LGBTQ+ workplace experience and provide examples of companies who have successfully created true equality and a safe haven for all of its employees.
This class will cover the basic principles of suicide risk, including who is at risk and how to identify signs of suicidality. Participants will also develop communication strategies to engage someone who may be at risk and where to go for help. For those interested in getting more involved in suicide prevention efforts, a list of community and national resources will be provided.
In this training, participants will explore beliefs and perspectives of the meaning of a balanced life, map a true picture of their current life and their ideal balanced life and walk away with applicable, practical strategies to create greater balance in their lives.