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Workshop / Training Request Form

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TRAINING DETAILS

What type of workshop / training are you interested in?

Workshop Description
  • Learning Objectives
    • Understand mental health and mental illness using the dual-continuum model
    • Be able to recognize when someone is in distress
    • Know practical steps to take to help someone who is in distress
    • Learn about the mental health resources on and off campus
  • Logistics
    • Length: typically 1 hour
    • Number of participants: minimum of 10
Workshop Description
  • Learning Objectives
    • Understand stress, the stress response and stress management
    • Recognize the benefits of stress and how to harness them
    • Create an individualized self-care plan
  • Logistics
    • Length: typically 1 hour
    • Number of participants: minimum of 10
Workshop Description
  • Learning Objectives
    • Increase knowledge and awareness of mental illness
    • Gain insight into the various components of stigma and its impact
    • Learn how to spot subtle and over stigma
    • Learn how to stand up and speak out against stigma
  • Logistics
    • Length: typically 1 hour
    • Number of participants: minimum of 10
Workshop Description

Presented by LivingWorks Education

  • Learning Objectives
    • Learn the importance of suicide alertness
    • Learn how to recognize people who are having thoughts of suicide
    • Be able to connect people who are having thoughts of suicide with the appropriate resource
  • Logistics
    • Length: 3 hours, non-customizable
    • Fees (per person): students $15, staff/faculty $20, external to Queen’s $30
    • Number of participants: minimum of 10, maximum of 30
Workshop Description

Presented by LivingWorks Education

  • Learning Objectives
    • Learn to recognize when someone is having thoughts of suicide
    • Be able to work with someone who is having thoughts of suicide to create a plan to support their immediate safety
    • Through audio-visual learning aids, discussion and practice, develop important skills to keep someone with thoughts of suicide safe for now
  • Logistics
    • Length: 2 full days, non-customizable
    • Fees (per person): students $50, staff/faculty $75, external to Queen’s $150
    • Number of participants: minimum of 25, maximum of 30
Workshop Description

Presented by the Mental Health Commission of Canada

  • Learning Objectives
    • Improve mental health literacy
    • Learn skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems
    • Learn how to recognize signs and symptoms of mental health problems
    • Be able to provide initial help to someone experiencing a mental health problem
    • Be able to guide someone towards appropriate professional help
  • Logistics
    • Length: 2 full days, non-customizable, weekdays only
    • Fees (per person): students $50, staff/faculty $75, external to Queen’s $150
    • Number of participants: minimum of 25, maximum of 30
Workshop Description

Presented in collaboration with the Self-Management Program of Southeastern Ontario

  • Learning Objectives
    • Understand empathy and its impact on health and health outcomes
    • Identify judgments and bias that impede empathy conveyance
    • Use the IN GEAR model to convey empathy
  • Logistics
Workshop Description

Presented in collaboration with the Self-Management Program of Southeastern Ontario

*7 hours + 1-hour follow-up practice session non-customizable

  • Learning Objectives
    • Learn how to use the Brief Action Planning framework to work with individuals to create action plans that support behavioral changes to improve their health and well-being. Workshop for both healthcare providers and people working in helping and supporting roles.
  • Logistics
    • Length: 7.5 hrs w/ 1 hr lunch and 2 x 15 min breaks (6 hours of contact time) + optional follow-up practice sessions
    • Number of participants: 10 minimum, 20 maximum
    • For more information on Brief Action Planning, please visit the Centre for Collaboration, Motivation and Innovation
Workshop Description
  • Learning Objectives
    • Hands-on cooking workshop that teaches students how to cook easy, healthy and budget-friendly meals
    • For all skill levels and experience
    • Food prepared is also eaten by students
  • Logistics
    • Length: 1.5 hours minimum
    • Fees: $5 per student
    • Number of participants: 3 minimum, 10 maximum
    • Note: Health Promotion will book kitchen space for this event and confirm a menu with your group.
LOCATION OF TRAINING

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