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The Youth Mental Health First Aid course from Mental Health First Aid Ireland is designed for adults who live with, work with or support young people aged between 12 and 18.
This course teaches participants how to assist a young person who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves, using a practical, evidence-based action plan.
This evidence-based training programme is particularly suited to parents/guardians, school staff, sports coaches, community group leaders, youth workers etc.
The course curriculum was designed using guidelines developed through the expert consensus of people with lived experience of mental health problems and mental health professionals.
Please see our new Community Educational Courses at Kenmare Adult Education Centre. To apply online, go to www.fetchcourses.ie or call the centre at 064 6641157
Places still available here at Kenmare Adult Education Centre. If you know someone who would benefit from this course please show them this flyer. To apply online, go to www.fetchcourses.ie or call the centre at 064 6641157
How to Build a Healthy Brain: Kimberley Wilson. A ground-breaking science-based guide to protecting your brain health for the long term. Having a healthy brain is the key to a happy and fulfilled life. Yet, for both young and old, diseases of the brain and mental health. Kimberley draws on the latest research to give practical, holistic advice on how you can protect your brain health by making simple lifestyle choices.
It’s Not Ok To Feel Blue And Other Lies: Scarlett Curtis ‘It’s Not OK to Feel Blue contains entries from over 70 inspirational people who share their experiences with their mental health. Sometimes hearing about other people talking about their experiences can help us approach our own. It’s OK to talk about it.
A manual for Being Human: Dr Sophie Mort. A truly wonderful, warm, and wise one-stop shop for any inquisitive human. Packed full of prompts, practical tips and pep talks that will guide you through any situation. Through this book, Dr Soph manages to not only help us understand ourselves better but shares the therapeutic tools we can put in place to make life a little easier too. Insightful and robust. Psychology at its most accessible and usable.
And Still the Music Plays: Stories of People with Dementia: Graham Stokes Storytelling is the oldest and perhaps the best way of learning known to humans. Graham Stokes draws on his memories of people with dementia he has met to bring us all a greater understanding of the condition and of why some behave in the way they do. The central theme is that everyone with dementia is unique, with a distinctive personality and experiences.
Preparing for the Menopause and Perimenopause: Dr Louise Newson the UK's leading menopause specialist drawing on new research and empowering stories from a diverse range of women. Common and 'taboo' symptoms to look out for. Going through an early menopause. Getting a good night sleep. Optimising your nutrition, Exercising in menopause. Your mental health during the menopause. It's never too early to learn about the perimenopause or menopause.
No One Can Change Your Life Except For You: Laura Whitmore, Laura knows lucky breaks come to those who are ready to step into their own power, even when they're feeling nervous as hell about it. Laura shares her experiences of overcoming heartbreak, body image worries, self-doubt, and insecurity. Optimism, self-belief and learning to accept yourself, will bring you more than anyone else can ever give you. Frank, heartfelt, inspirational, and funny, this is a book to remind you that the hero you are looking for is YOU.