Mental Health First Aid Course for Coaches

When: Saturday 3rd July & Sunday 4th July from 9am - 5pm
The Life Coaching College (11/12-16 Garden Blvd, Dingley Village VIC)
Cost: $499.

Learn about the signs and symptoms of common and disabling mental health problems.

Discover how to provide initial support to clients who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis using a practical, evidence-based Action Plan.

Learn how to provide mental health first aid to clients and other adults in a crisis situation.

About the Course

Across two days of face-to-face training on the 3 & 4 of July at The Life Coaching College, this Mental Health First Aid Course for Coaches will teach you how to recognise the signs and symptoms of different mental illnesses and mental health crises.

You'll learn how to offer initial help and how-to guide clients towards appropriate treatments and other supportive support through the use of a
practical-evidence based action plan.

It has been explicitly tailored to meet the needs and experiences of coaches working with clients but does not encourage or teach coaches to provide a diagnose or to give therapy. 

In addition to receiving a Mental Health First Aid Manual, you will also have the opportunity to complete an online Accreditation Assessment in order to become an accredited Mental Health First Aider for three years.

What the Course Covers

This course is an education course, based on guidelines developed through the expert consensus of people with lived experience of mental health problems and professionals. The developmental mental health problems and mental health crisis situations covered within the course include:

Depression & Anxiety
Psychosis & Severe Psychotic States
Substance Use Problems
Suicidal Thoughts & Behaviours
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Panic Attacks
Traumatic Events
Severe Effects of Drug & Alcohol Abuse
Aggressive Behaviours
Mental Health Support

Why You Should Attend

With one in five Australians aged 16-85 years experiencing a mental illness in any year, it is essential as a coach to have the confidence to recognise a mental health issue within a coaching setting and know how to refer to relevant professionals.

By becoming an accredited Mental Health First Aider, you can make a real difference to your community by helping to decrease stigmatising attitudes around mental health and increasing the amount and type of support provided to others.

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Delivered by an Experienced Facilitator

This course will be facilitated by Daniel Beeson, an accredited Mental Health First Aid Trainer, Personal Development Coach & Presenter.

Previously a student of The Life Coaching College, Daniel now runs a range of successful training programs for current and future students. With a keen interest in the subconscious mind and certifications in an array of areas including Mental Health, NLP and Conscious Hypnosis, Daniel brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to any training. He is well-known for his "no sugar-coating" approach to life and brings a beautiful rawness to each program, stemming from his own experiences and challenges.

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"I learned so much in this valuable training and feel comfortable now to have that first conversation with a person who may be experiencing a mental health problem." - Evelien S, Master Practitioner of Coaching Student.

"Thank you, Daniel Beeson, for your time, energy and passion in delivering this training! There were so many great insights and takeaways from this weekend." - Brie S, Master Practitioner of Coaching Student.

"It was a fantastic two days of learning, sharing and receiving a new awareness in being able to approach, assess and assist with any mental health crisis." - Bob S, Master Practitioner of Coaching Student

"Thank you for a great training Daniel Beeson! It is always enjoyable and informative when you are involved and I learnt so much valuable information." - Karen H, Master Practitioner of Coaching Student

Enrol Now for July 3 & 4 2021

There are only 22 seats available for this training so act fast, and enrol today in the Mental Health First Aid Course for Coaches on the 3rd & 4th of July 2021.