Insights into Mental Health and Exercise is targeted towards Fitness Professionals (encompassing Gym Instructors, Group Exercise Instructors and Personal Trainers) who want to gain a better understanding about mental illness.
- Symptoms and behaviours of anxiety and mood disorders, depression, personality disorders and schizophrenia
- Positive and negative symptoms and behaviours of psychosis
- Stigma of mental illness
- Stages of behaviour change
- Skills and barriers of effective communication
- Managing cardiac risk factors
- Psychiatric medications
- Perinatal depression
|Accreditation||There are no CECs for this course|
|Investment||$49 members / $59 non-members|
|Delivery Mode||Online with video clips|
|Pre-requisite/s||Certificate III in Fitness|
|Approximate Duration||1 hours|
|Access Period||You have 12 months from the date of purchase to complete this course. A $50 extension fee will be required if you do not complete your course within the allocated time frame.|
Who is Remind Mental Health Training & Education?
The Schizophrenia Fellowship of New South Wales (SFNSW) has been delivering training and education for over 25 years and this service is provided by the training unit “Remind – Mental Health Education and Training”. Remind specialises in providing innovative training that is customised to the participants and the needs of their organisations. Remind has developed and implemented customised training programs for fifteen (15) NSW Commonwealth Respite Carelink Centres, the New South Wales (NSW) Police Force, Centrelink, Local Councils, State Library of NSW, Sydney Water, Superannuation funds and for many local government, corporate, non-government organisations. All Remind facilitators are qualified and experienced clinicians and all have vocational experience in the community and government sectors. All training is delivered in partnership with consumers and carers that participate in our training as Mental Health Educators – people that can share from their own personal experience with mental illness. This is a powerful combination for learning about mental illness, combining the clinical, with the practical “real life” experience. Remind has spent many years developing quality support materials and has recently branched out with the development of OnLine Learning modules with input from our clinicians, educators and instructional designers. We welcome and encourage feedback from all of our course participants for Quality Improvement (QI) purposes.
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