Dealing with Stressors
Behavioral Health Management (BHM) Program
Jars Education Institute presents training opportunities for those interested in obtaining a Behavioral Health Management (BHM) Program.
A comprehensive introduction to Behavioral Health Management that is suitable for those interested in personal, community and organizational wellness. There is a high correlation between wellness and productivity. Productivity loss, absenteeism, job abandonment, and higher turnover are often directly linked to poor mental health. For example, research shows that people with symptoms of depression have a five-fold or greater increase in time lost from work compared to those without symptoms of depression. In a highly stressed culture, there is a likelihood that under-performance is significantly high. The World Health Organization, for instance, estimates that depression and anxiety disorders, account for around $1 trillion in global productivity losses per year.
This program is especially suitable for coaches who work with businesses, organizations, including religious, NGOs, and community partners and clients. Comprised of PowerPoint focused presentations, face to face presentations, audio files, handouts, and recommended articles for further information. The course does not require that the student have any previous knowledge or experience in the area of mental health, just an interest or a need to know.
Behavioral Health Management program (BHM) is an intensive program designed to create a class of highly skilled Behavioral health para-professionals in the nation. Each module is a 40-hour continuing education training offered in a one-week and online formats, targeted to current mental and behavioral health professionals interested in furthering their skill and knowledge base on integration and behavioral health. Graduates will be able to implement new behavioral and positive coping strategies in their organizations and personal lives. BHM training will prepare you to provide training, coaching, and leadership to your audience and participants.
You will learn research-based strategies and tools to help people and organizations successfully manage mental and behavioral health.
You will gain skills to empower participants to become functional and productive members of their communities. Organizations should send their managers and human resource personnel. Entrepreneurs will learn how to leverage psychological skills; Mental Health coaches will become knowledgeable and effective mental health specialists; Professionals should participate in this training to increase productivity and developmental health strategies for self-development. You will gain tools to help clients successfully live healthier lives. This program prepares you to enter an important and in-demand role in the nation.
There are 7 Modules offerings include:
Module 1: Professional & Ethical Business
Module 2: Professional Counseling Skills,
Module 3: Theoretical Foundations,
Module 4 Maladaptive Behavior/Psychopathology,
Module 5: Human Growth & Development
Module 6: Conflict Resolution Management
Module 7: Domestic Violence and Spousal Abuse
Practicum: Each participant will practice concepts in the classroom, online, and other appropriate work environments.
Each participant will learn to locate and evaluate appropriate peer-reviewed electronic and print database resources.
Who is this training for?
Executives, Managers, Leaders
Mental health professionals
Researchers in the social sciences
Community Organizers, Religious Leaders, NGOs, Parents, etc
Per Module: $2140.00
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Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Training for Community Stakeholders
Psychological First Aid (PFA) is an evidence-informed modular approach to help children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster and terrorism. Individuals affected by a disaster or traumatic incident, whether survivors, witnesses, or responders to such events, may struggle with or face new challenges following the event. PFA was developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and the National Center for PTSD, with contributions from individuals involved in disaster research and response.
Training is certified and produced by the World Health Organization (WHO).
You will learn:
The 8 PFA Core Actions include:
Contact and Engagement: To respond to contacts initiated by survivors, or to initiate contacts in a non-intrusive, compassionate, and helpful manner.
Safety and Comfort: To enhance immediate and ongoing safety, and provide physical and emotional comfort.
Stabilization (if needed): To calm and orient emotionally overwhelmed or disoriented survivors.
Information Gathering on Current Needs and Concerns: To identify immediate needs and concerns, gather additional information, and tailor Psychological First Aid interventions.
Practical Assistance: To offer practical help to survivors in addressing immediate needs and concerns.
Connection with Social Supports: To help establish brief or ongoing contacts with primary support persons and other sources of support, including family members, friends, and community helping resources.
Information on Coping: To provide information about stress reactions and coping to reduce distress and promote adaptive functioning.
Linkage with Collaborative Services: To link survivors with available services needed at the time or in the future.
Who Should Sign Up:
Anyone in leadership who is interested in becoming a response worker in cases of individual and collective trauma.
Time: One Day
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