Free self-paced Mental Health Literacy online course for educators
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Learn more about mental health and mental illness with this online, self-paced course designed for educators. This comprehensive mental health literacy curriculum is developed jointly by The University of British Columbia, St Francis Xavier University, Western University, and TeenMentalHealth.
Anyone can register for free and take this 7-module course in its entirety or by module. Modules include: 1) Introduction & Background, 2) Stigma & Mental Health, 3) Human Brain Development, 4) Understanding Mental Health, Mental Illness & Related Issues in Young People, 5) What is Treatment, 6) Seeking Help & Providing Support and 7) Caring for Students & Ourselves.
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