VIRTUAL: Adult Mental Health Learning Lab (11/8/2021 & 11/9/2021: Virginia Home Visitors Only)
NOV 08, 2021
10:00 am EST
This training is TWO sessions and will take place on November 8th AND November 9th from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Once registration is closed and attendees are confirmed, the Zoom link and password will be provided via email.
The Adult Mental Health Learning Lab is designed to further support professional development for family support professionals in working with families who are experiencing perinatal depression and/or other mental health challenges. This virtually facilitated training event can be attended after individuals have completed Adult Mental Health Part One and Adult Mental Health Part Two trainings online through the Institute.
This training will provide home visitors and home visiting supervisors with a review of adult mental health content, as well as information on active listening, observing for mental health challenges, the importance and role of screening, and identifying and responding to mental health crises. Individuals who attend the learning lab are encouraged to bring their own case scenarios for use in the activities (however these scenarios must be written down ahead of time using the case scenario template attached to this event). Please print and/or have the attached handouts available.
- Note: You only need to bring one screening tool, please bring the tool that you use for screening at your program. If for any reason you cannot attend this training ahead of the specified date, please cancel your registration or email Alison Markow (email@example.com) prior to the start time.
November 08, 2021 at 10:00 am - November 09, 2021 at 12:00 pm EST
4 Hours, divided over 2 days
804-359-6166, ext. 204
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- HOSTED BY
- Alison Markow
- EVENT CAPACITY
- 13 spots remaining
- Early Impact Virginia
- Supplemental Materials
- Skills Addressed
- Dynamics of Family Relationships Family Health, Safety, and Nutrition Community Resources and Support Relationship-based Family Partnerships Effective Home Visits Professional Practice Influences on family well-being Mental health Physical health Service system coordination and referral Positive communication Assessment Ethical and legal practice Risks and stressors Depression Toxic stress and trauma Mental illness Substance use Referral process Active listening Effective inquiry Screening Policy and procedures