Duration 2 Hours | £35.00 per delegate
Depression and anxiety affect almost one in five UK adults today. This number could be higher because many people are embarrassed to come forward due to little understanding of the seriousness of anxiety and depression.This short course will give you the knowledge required to understand the impact and key issues surrounding depression and anxiety.A great addition to your CV to show your commitment to mental health awareness, this is a course with many benefits in and out of the work environment.
This course is designed to introduce you to the key issues surrounding depression and anxiety.
The course is split into manageable sections.
Section 1: The meaning of ‘depression’Learners will understand the difference between ‘feeling low’ and clinical depression alongside examining the key facts about depression.
Section 2: The cause of depressionIn this section, learners will cover the causes and symptoms of depression and will also look at individual experiences and case studies from those who have experienced the condition.
Section 3: The effects of psychotic depressionIn this section, learners will understand exactly what psychotic depression is, develop the skills required to identify those suffering from it and begin to explore ways in which to begin dealing with the condition.
Section 4: Effects on the individual, family and friendsLearners will understand how depression affects an individual’s life, as well as those of their family and close friends.
Section 5: How the demands of daily life can maintain depressionThis section covers the demands of modern, daily life and how they can manifest themselves into various forms of depression. Also introduced are techniques in how to competently manage these pressures and demands.
Section 6: Depression management and support
Learners will cover the possible treatments and local resources which can help sufferers of depression and psychotic depression.
This course is suitable for anyone interested in expanding your knowledge and awareness of depression.