Resilience First Aid
Resilience, the ability to cope with adversity through developing coping strategies and bounce back from failures, is now recognised as a defining characteristic of employee well-being, success and long-term mental health.
9 out of 10 people can benefit from increasing resilience skills that protect against mental illnesses like depression and anxiety. Throughout the pandemic, this need has only increased. This is why we need to take a preventative approach to mental health. Rather than waiting until people need professional treatment, we can start supporting each other to connect and build mental wellness proactively.
Resilience First Aid (RFA) as a mental health certification teaches you strength-based skills to build resilience in others. You will learn how to spot signs of low resilience, learn language to talk proactively, and skills that build resilience.
This is a new approach to putting trained mental health champions in place who actively boost the resilience and mental health in their communities.
After completing this workshop, participants will have learned how to:
Learn how to proactively build mental wellness in people around you
Learn about six domains of resilience and the latest neuroscience
Learn language to talk proactively about mental health
Learn how to respond when someone is struggling
Learn a strength-based model to become a source of hope
Learn how to build meaningful connections