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Scotland's Mental Health First Aid

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID TRAINING Fife Employment Access Trust is offering MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID training, a 2 day course which is aimed at anyone who wants to help someone with mental health problems. Mental Health First Aid was developed in Australia and is based on the concept of general First Aid Training. Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid Aims to help participants: Preserve life where a person may be a danger to themselves or others Provide help to prevent a mental health problem developing into a more serious state Promote recovery of good mental health Provide comfort to a person suffering a mental illness Course Programme The course covers a number of topics including: What is meant by mental health The signs and symptoms of mental health problems including depression, anxiety disorders and psychosis The range of effective interventions and treatments How to access professional help and support £150 per person, including lunches each day. Concessionary prices are available for voluntary organisations, though early booking is recommended. Further information is available FEAT on 01592 749880 If you would like to book a place on the course, contact Pat Rose on 01592 749880 or e-mail

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12 June 2008 14:30 to 13 June 2008 21:30
The Vine, Dunfermline
Duncan Mitchell
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01592 749880

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