Conferences

Adult Mental Health First Aid USA

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Georgia Southwestern State University
SSC Second Floor Conference Rooms
800 GSW State University Drive
Americus, GA

Friday, November 1, 2019 | 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Free course, but PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED HERE

The Community Should Attend for An Opportunity to:

  • Learn to recognize mental health crises in adult and provide support
  • Receive Adult Mental Health First Aider status that is valid for three years

What is Adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)?

  • Adult MHFA is an 8-hour training to give individuals knowledge and tools to recognize mental health issues and provide support, specifically to adults. Similar to CPR, this training prepares a person with no clinical training to assist an adult going through a mental health crisis. Participants will learn risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses and addictions as well as the five-step MHFA Action Plan (ALGEE) to assist someone to seek the appropriate professional help and other supports. This interactive course is taught through the use of modeling, group discussions, personal reflection, partner activities, and role-playing.

Speakers

  • Darcy Bragg
  • Paula Bryant, EdD, RN

Partners

  • Georgia Southwestern State University
  • National Council for Behavioral Health
  • Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center

Adult Mental Health First Aid USA 

Flyer Coming Soon

Georgia Southwestern State University
SSC Second Floor Conference Rooms
800 GSW State University Drive
Americus, GA

Friday, February 7, 2020 | 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Free course, but PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED HERE

The Community Should Attend for An Opportunity to:

  • Learn to recognize mental health crises in adult and provide support
  • Receive Adult Mental Health First Aider status that is valid for three years

What is Adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)?

  • Adult MHFA is an 8-hour training to give individuals knowledge and tools to recognize mental health issues and provide support, specifically to adults. Similar to CPR, this training prepares a person with no clinical training to assist an adult going through a mental health crisis. Participants will learn risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses and addictions as well as the five-step MHFA Action Plan (ALGEE) to assist someone to seek the appropriate professional help and other supports. This interactive course is taught through the use of modeling, group discussions, personal reflection, partner activities, and role-playing.

Speakers

  • Darcy Bragg
  • Paula Bryant, EdD, RN

Partners

  • Georgia Southwestern State University
  • National Council for Behavioral Health
  • Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center