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Resilience – A biopsychosocial model of health and wellbeing (Mental Health Awareness)

17 April 2018

Resilience – A biopsychosocial model of health and wellbeing (Mental Health Awareness)

Delivered by the local psychology and health services specialists: Psicon :  this presentation style sessions provides a comprehensive blend of practical advice alongside an overview of underpinning theory and models to help participants gain a rounded understanding of managing mental health. The large scale session will allow for participants questions and answers at the end.

Please note: we will be offering Mental Health Awareness for Managers sessions very shortly

Learning objectives: by the end of the course participants will:

Have an increased understanding of how to manage their own resilience and mental wellbeing

Be able to recognise the sources and symptoms of stress and identify where things can go wrong

Recognise factors that influence mental health and wellbeing at work and how to manage these

Have an overview of some of the more common mental health issues they may encounter

Understand some of the misconceptions surrounding mental health issues

Have an overview of some models which support resilience and stress management

Please make a booking via the Learning and Development events calendar at https://www.kent.ac.uk/hr-.learninganddevelopment/bookings/courses/index.html.

Registry, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ

Enquiries: +44 (0)1227 764000 or contact us

Last Updated: 26/02/2018